Learning in public - Technics to better communicate and write

Hello, in my research to become a better writer and a better communicator I am greatly helped by the people around me, ready to share tips and tricks.

Here are four methods to help prepare, write, and communicate that I’ve been using successfully - they are foolproof!

To think about a structure - Why? What? How?

I use the Why? What? How? approach to make sure I understand why the content is needed, what I want to say and how to say it. For example, this article:

Brainstorming the search of a solution - TIPS method

In the last two weeks, I’ve been introduced to the TIPS method to help structure the creation of a new commercial solution. The technique is excellent to structure a presentation to show the proposed solutions.

Too often, smart people find an elegant solution then build the problem without checking if the problem is real and for whom. Selling a solution for a problem that does not really exist is a perfect way to fail. So here comes the TIPS method.

Follow the steps from the customer angle.

Writing content - Cracker method

That is a technique that I struggle to apply consistently. The method is called the cracker method. It helps structure a document, a section, a paragraph. It works like this:

more details in my second brain

Setting up the agenda - method 4 - POMO

We all live in a world of back-to-back meetings with different people and different topics. All require a context switch from the previous discussion to the new one. Nothing helps more to accelerate the context switch than an agenda. Yet having an agenda is rare. To lead from any chair and create a habit of including an agenda in all meetings I offer you the POMO method

How to set an agenda:


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