19 episodes

Weekly episodes dedicated to primitive habits for a digital world. Uncage yourself from the war on your attention, and rediscover the practical instincts to help you connect, inspire, and create meaning for others. Let's get back to the basics of great presentations.

Subscribe for insights on how you can win the war against the digital side effects plaguing your presentations.

The Primal Presenter Scott Schwertly

    • Business
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Weekly episodes dedicated to primitive habits for a digital world. Uncage yourself from the war on your attention, and rediscover the practical instincts to help you connect, inspire, and create meaning for others. Let's get back to the basics of great presentations.

Subscribe for insights on how you can win the war against the digital side effects plaguing your presentations.

    #019: The Primal Presenter Masters Technology

    #019: The Primal Presenter Masters Technology

    In this episode, we are going to be discussing how the primal presenter masters technology. Let's admit it...the new normal is here and so you may find yourself challenged by the prospect of having to give another virtual presentation. Presentations are challenging enough and then to stack on the difficulty of presenting in situation where you are dependent on your computer, your webcam, your office lighting, it can be become a complete headache.

    • 13 min
    #018: The Primal Presenter Engages in Hobbies

    #018: The Primal Presenter Engages in Hobbies

    In this episode, we are going to be discussing that competitive edge - the difference maker that will improve your public speaking and propel your presentations forward. What is it? You guessed it based on the introduction. Hobbies.

    • 12 min
    #017: The Primal Presenter Understands Cognitive Load Theory

    #017: The Primal Presenter Understands Cognitive Load Theory

    In this episode, we are going to be discussing how the primal presenter respects their audiences. They showcase this level of respect by understanding one critical element: cognitive load theory.

    • 14 min
    #016: The Primal Presenter Knows When to Use Synchronous vs Asynchronous Communication

    #016: The Primal Presenter Knows When to Use Synchronous vs Asynchronous Communication

    In this episode, we are going to be discussing how working remotely provides a number of benefits and perks. Employees are provided with more autonomy and the ability to work how and when they choose. However, this freedom can also create communication habits that may not be the best for everyone.

    • 13 min
    #015: The Primal Presenter Shares Big Ideas

    #015: The Primal Presenter Shares Big Ideas

    In this episode, we are going to be discussing how the primal presenter shares big ideas. They dream big. They think big. They share messages that make a big impact.
    Many people believe public speaking is a blend of art and genetic advantage. As if some people were given a special slice of DNA that enabled them to be magnetic and form a special connection with their listeners.
    But what if it wasn’t genetics at all? What if they simply had learned the framework of a great presentation?
    For over a fifteen years now, my team and have designed presentations for some of the biggest brands in the world, and during that time, I’ve uncovered the secret that makes a big idea speech truly great and more imporantly, doable by anyone including you. And, I'll show how it is accomplished on the other side.

    • 12 min
    #014: The Primal Presenter Understands the Basics of Great Presentations

    #014: The Primal Presenter Understands the Basics of Great Presentations

    In this episode, we are going to be discussing how the primal presenter understands the basics of great presentations. He or she shatters digital contraints, and they are the opposite of most speakers today. They are calm, focused, and uncaged from the handicaps our digital world enforces. They don't chase technology. They don't adopt fads. And, they are winning the war against distraction and resistance which are the offspring from digital chaos.

    • 18 min

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