The BRIEF Lab - Just Saying
Summary: The point of this podcast is to help you become an effective and efficient communicator. The topics that we discuss tackle many of the most pressing issues that people face in a world flooded by information, interruptions and distractions. The promise is that you and your ideas can stand out consistently. Hope you enjoy. [ Just Saying ]
Strong narratives can inspire action and bring boring words back to life. For one company, a solid story set them far ahead of the competition.
Don’t bury your lead, just say it. People aren’t mind readers. Tell them what you’re going to tell them, then tell them and finally tell them what you’ve told them.
Most progress updates leave you scratching your head? Was that a good update or a bad one? Are they on track or headed for disaster?
There are many terrible types of listening. Explore the common mistakes we all make as lousy listeners.
Trying to do everything can leave you with nothing. How can we focus on fewer to get more out of each day?
Virtual reality (VR) is coming. Prepare yourselves for bold promises, and an unimaginable curse.
Quiet time is critical for us, yet so elusive. Why do we fear those precious moments when we can finally drive the noise out of our hectic heads?
Discover why the UK recently created a new ministry for people who are alone and how constant connectivity is driving us all to isolation.
With way too much competing for our attention, we need to start focusing on our focus. It's time to invest in awareness management.
Corporate speak, jargon and buzzwords are draining the meaning from our minds. Avoid the fancy clichés and speak simply.
Infobesity is an addiction. Dealing with the grim reality that information overload is reshaping how our brains work.
The brain is an amazing processor, yet we're constantly losing focus. A deeper look at how multi-tasking is depleting our working memory.
The brain is overworked and we're sleeping less than ever. Why is it so important for all of us to invest in a good night's sleep?
Activists investors are calling on Apple to start helping parents protect their kids. Former Facebook executives are warning that social media seriously undermines childhood development. Is tech addicting our youth?
In the U.S., there are 5,000 aircraft in the air at any given time. Yet how many passengers seated in the exit row paid close attention to the safety announcement? Is our safety at risk because of collective inattention?