Why do people forget our content? One of the most obvious reasons why people forget our content is information overload. In a survey of 124 managers from various professional fields in Australia, Hong Kong, the U.K., and the U.S., information overload was recognized as a top professional issue; participants confessed they find it impossible to manage information (62%), most content is irrelevant (53%), and they lack time to understand it (32%). In other words, we are drowning in data and barely have time to make sense of it, let alone remember it. Also known as data smog, analysis paralysis,...Read More
Author: Dr. Carmen Simon
Carmen Simon, Ph.D., is changing how the world communicates. A cognitive scientist, she has helped some of the world's most visible brands craft memorable messages by focusing on how the brain works. Carmen is the co-founder of Rexi Media, a presentation design and training company. She holds doctorates in both instructional technology and cognitive psychology, and is a recognized expert in presentation design, delivery, and audience engagement. Her sought-after keynote speeches unveil science-based techniques for getting others to see your way, remember your way, and go your way.
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