43 minutes | Jan 11, 2021

storytelling with data: #38 hi, my name is...

Being able to introduce yourself eloquently and in a way that captures and keeps your intended audience’s attention is a hugely important thing. Yet, we don’t commonly devote a lot of time or thought to planning how we do this. In this episode, Cole shares the process that she and the storytelling with data team used to create their intros, plus shares the steps you can use to form your own inspirational introduction. She also addresses listener questions on dot plots, the audience constraint, and tips for slowing down when presenting. Mentioned Links: Workshops: storytellingwithdata.com/custom-workshops Worksheet: the Big Idea worksheet Exercise: storyboard YOUR project Article: the structure(s) of story Exercise: craft your intro Challenge: let’s plot with a dot Article: what is a dot plot? Resource: SWD chart guide Podcast: it’s for THEM Conversation: slowing it down Video: presenting data Ask a question: start a community conversation Current challenge: visualize your resume Live podcast with Jon Schwabish: register Virtual event (1/26): become a data viz superstar Go premium! premium community membership
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