Unless Your Grandma Cuts Your Hair, Listen Up

Understanding your audience is critical, no matter the context you are communicating. A peer level audience provides you with much more flexibility does an executive audience, where you must be the agile presenter and facilitator of information. You can say to a colleague, “Let’s discuss that topic ‘off line’ whereas, suggesting your key decision maker […]

So…what is the difference between an analogy and a metaphor?

I have noticed that analogies and metaphors are sometimes difficult to decipher for those wanting to include one or the other in a presentation, as a way of bringing key points to life. Below is a definition of both provided by my Mac’s dictionary application. An analogy is a tool you can use to explain […]