The Death of Print?

I grew up in an era of print. We are now living in an era increasingly of video. What are the implications for public speakers and communications in general? Following are a series of axioms that I hope will provoke you to respond with insights of your own, in the (written) comments below.

Print is fast. Video is slow but speeding up. One of my pet peeves with video is how inefficient and slow it is for conveying information…

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative

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