HomeОбразованиеRelated VideosMore From: The Futur

Pitch This! How To present design work to clients like a pro!

2141 ratings | 83581 views
How do you talk about design work? How do you develop your design vocabulary? If the work is good, shouldn't it speak for itself? How can you use words to fill the mental gaps of imagination. “Paint the picture for your client , make them feel the boat rock, make them smell the saltiness in the breeze, make them visualize the structure. Prepare them for a meal so that when they open their eyes they are ready to eat.” Ever have trouble pitching your idea to the client and want to improve? You are not the only one. Chris and Ben each have to sell their idea in Pitch This! These are style frames for 450 Alaskan in Seattle. It's a new real estate development in historic Pioneer Square. -- 0:10 What is Pitch This? 1:15 The work does not speak for itself - use the power of language/terminology to articulate your thinking and to paint in the gaps in imagination. 4:42 What was your reaction to that presentation/pitch? 7:16 Use a more straightforward approach to communicate what really matters to the client/audience 8:12 What do you mean when you say visual vocabulary? 10:38 Include descriptions of texture and the other senses in your presentation. 11:05 Be deliberate and intentional about what you include in your stylescapes. More on Stylescapes here: https://youtu.be/lGmPCutgI2o Translating Stylescapes into design: https://youtu.be/PZfk-Pi0EXk — We need your support today! Ensure the longevity of this channel. Become a sustaining member for $5/mo. https://goo.gl/uKcJ3N See all of our products: https://goo.gl/J52GqA LEARN & GROW Sales and Marketing Class: https://goo.gl/iF5xua Lettering I Class: https://goo.gl/lNHaqh CORE Strategy Kit:https://goo.gl/Uc3IKp Agency-In-A-Box Kit: https://goo.gl/lyEdjK Selling & Overcoming Objections: https://goo.gl/qS91x2 The Pitch Kit: https://goo.gl/MgZY6z The Perfect Proposal: https://goo.gl/XNF4ZH Visit our website: https://goo.gl/a4ZtAk See all of our free resources: https://goo.gl/Rf6zdc — AFFILIATE LINKS* 🙏 Support The Futur by purchasing through our affiliate links: Amazon: http://bit.ly/thefuturishere Webflow: http://bit.ly/2EbET9l Retro Supply Co.: http://bit.ly/2GW8gzR Creative Market: https://goo.gl/g4jlTE Design Cuts: http://bit.ly/2GSsAR3 ✍️ Sharpen your skills by taking a course, using our affiliate links: Skillshare: https://goo.gl/YCo2uT School of Motion: http://bit.ly/futur-som Bring Your Own Laptop Tutorials: https://byol.me/thefutur 🎧 Do you like the music? Check out the music libraries we use in our affiliate links below: Epidemic Sound: https://bit.ly/2T647tR Musicbed: http://bit.ly/futurmb Artlist: http://bit.ly/2uWdna7 — Listen to the Futur podcast on iTunes: 🎙 https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-futur/id1209219220?mt=2 Android Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/aaron/the-futur Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Itg3hr5bs4a54w73o2toxcr4vhe Sound Cloud https://soundcloud.com/thefuturishere — Connect with us online: 🔔 https://www.facebook.com/theFuturisHere/ https://twitter.com/thefuturishere — Need brand strategy help? Visit Blind LA’s WEBSITE: http://blind.com — Credits: Executive Producer– Chris Do Host– Chris Do Director– Aaron Szekely Cinematography– Aaron Szekely, Mark Contreras Editor– Erica Pead Futur Theme Music – Adam Sanborne http://www.adamsanborne.com Annotations & SEO – Isaiah Nwukor Typefaces: Futura, Din, Helvetica Futur theme song— Adam Sanborne === *By making a purchase through any of our affiliate links, we receive a very small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps us on our mission to provide quality education to you. Thank you.
Html code for embedding videos on your blog
Text Comments (163)
Vivian Richter (2 days ago)
Thanks for uploading this. I didn't go to design school and at my current job I'm just making banners for an E-commerce site. But I have a design pitch for a landing page in a few days and this really gave me some good pointers on how to sell it.
Cameron (24 days ago)
Even the way Chris presents himself is a, wonderfully cultured presentation of design. Chris needs to be put in a GQ mag...
The Futur (23 days ago)
Agreed. Haha. GQ you listening?
Non Non (29 days ago)
Talk less show more
skb875 (1 month ago)
I really love videos like this. Really enjoyed having Ben Burns describe it first, then getting feedback, and then Chris closing it off. Ben was really good, but he has a different approach, which I like to see in contrast to Chris'
denniszenanywhere (2 months ago)
The right term is not salty, but salt of the earth.
Brianne Hadley (2 months ago)
Everything sounds better with Jazz music in the background.
The Futur (2 months ago)
Truth
UCKS - (3 months ago)
Hi guys! Chris explained in a video what's the correct size of a stylescape. It's like 3 times widescreen size. Does anybody remember the concrete px? Thanks a lot :)
The Futur (3 months ago)
Yep. You got it.
marwa mohammed (3 months ago)
That made me buy Stylescapes just now, I literally paused bought the course continued that video then hit back to Stylescapes course, I think my biggest struggle right now is how to present my work without sounding weirdly talking, am writing down every word coming from Chris on a notepad right now :D
Fabio Camargo Jr (1 month ago)
I have a belief that if we know how to replicate 10% of the knowledge of Chris in 'our world' we will be rich! Keep geting notes, im at the same boat!
Joanna Luiza (3 months ago)
That's great! I'm watching this because I would also like to learn how to talk about design work
Brian Callahan (4 months ago)
salt of the earth vs. salty..
The Futur (4 months ago)
Small but big difference.
Saro Frenda (4 months ago)
Amazing video. Again. I've watched almost 30 to 40 videos by now on TheFutur. I understand the theory by now, more or less but it would be fun to get some more practical tips. What do you use to create these presentations (Keynote, Photoshop, ...), some more technical details like size of the document, etc. Would be cool to see a whole process of creation but nice videos anyway!
Saro Frenda (4 months ago)
@The Futur Thanks for replying on a video from months ago and... on a Saturday. Much respect and enjoy the rest of the weekend.
The Futur (4 months ago)
Keynote. All the way.
Glyn Dyer (4 months ago)
And I get why you edited out one of my comments so let’s put it another way. I felt Bens discomfort at doing his presentation so as a potential client I became disengaged from what he was pitching.
Glyn Dyer (4 months ago)
Clients are judging you more than what you are showing them. They want to feel your commitment and passion and they want to believe in you and trust you. A boring person cannot sell a good design but an enthused person can sell a poor design.
Glyn Dyer (4 months ago)
Clients care little about the design process.....they not interested in serifs.
Glyn Dyer (4 months ago)
Ben didn’t do a good job presenting. It was slow and ponderous and I wanted to turn off half way thru.
Arabesque Inpink (4 months ago)
Wowww
bartmanstl (5 months ago)
Chris' comment about taking something someone doesn't know and translating it to something they can relate to is such a good point. I've tried to do this in all aspects of my life - from teaching my parents and older sisters how to use computers, explaining The Cloud to people and especially when defending or presenting design work. I am so happy to have found Chris Do and the Futur. Great content to help me learn, help validate my thoughts or process to coworkers and to share to teach fellow designers and business people.
The Futur (5 months ago)
we are glad you found us too.
Immerse Your Senses (7 months ago)
hi are stylescapes primarily put together in photoshop or illustrator?
Immerse Your Senses (7 months ago)
The Futur never thought of keynote
The Futur (7 months ago)
I use keynote. Some use Ai and ps.
Joe Seven (9 months ago)
This type of content is super import yet really hard to find. Thanks for creating this video. Would love to see more of the same. I could honestly see this being expanded into a successful course on a Lynda or CreativeLive type site. Not being able to confidently articulate ones own work is a common Achilles heel amongst creatives. If anyone has suggestions for books, videos or articles on the topic please let me know!
Ells Future (9 months ago)
Once my first client pays me, I will most def pay you guys. This is next level! Super Valuable info.
Ells Future (9 months ago)
This is awesome. It helps project the scope of the brand for me, better than email or video. A fasho Winner!
Balraj Sidhu (11 months ago)
This is such a great insight. Thank you for this one.
Carlos Daniel Ruiz Cuenca (11 months ago)
I loved this bit!
David G.S. Triplett (11 months ago)
Ben, what Happened? xD
The Futur (11 months ago)
What happened to what?
Marshall Lundberg (11 months ago)
TIP: A good designer NEVER uses the word " POP " It's actually high contrast figure against low contrast ground ( Or reverse that ). Or any variation of that, high saturation low saturation, etc. Saying " Pop " is just a cop out in my opinion!
Marshall Lundberg (11 months ago)
sure or you could say popular instead. Abbreviations are getting out of hand in 2018 :)
The Futur (11 months ago)
Unless you talk about soda, music, art or culture. As in soda pop, pop music, pop art and pop culture. ;)
roman2011 (11 months ago)
Love it. Hard to accept because most times I don't want to know about my own shortfall but this is like military school.
Dan franco (1 year ago)
Trying to pay attention, but Molly's hotness is too distracting.
The Futur (1 year ago)
focus dan. focus.
Jin Leung (1 year ago)
Chris is cooler than rock star!
The Futur (1 year ago)
thanks man.
Tyandrah Ashley (1 year ago)
My favorite part was the emphasis of the "hero" mark. The man in the image being the overall encapsulating physical representation of the brand identity.
Jaci Lyn (1 year ago)
really need this thank you
Monde Marafane (1 year ago)
That was solid 'Chris. You're awesome dude.
The Futur (1 year ago)
thanks Monde.
M McAllister (1 year ago)
With all due respect, I don't think either of you did a very good job describing this work. Your clients don't care about your jargon. They don't care about sans serif fonts verses serif fonts or herringbone patterns or "utilitarian type" that evokes "fresh graphic flavor." They don't need to hear about how the pops of color accentuate anything. They don't need you to educate them about design in formal terms or otherwise. They care about one thing only -- how will this design solve my problem? The reason they hired you is that they trust that you are an expert in your field. You need to speak to them in THEIR language, not yours -- whether you attended art school or not. Both of you are focused on the aesthetic details, and the client is not equipped to evaluate whether those details are good or bad. That's your job. They're paying you to have already made good decisions before you entered the room. Also, this notion that you can present design work without knowing the problem it's solving is complete hogwash. Art school doesn't hold the magic key to decoding good design. Depending on what problem you're looking to solve, this could either be brilliant design or terrible design. What truly makes it good is whether it addresses the correct need in a way that solves the underlying problem. THAT'S what the client needs to hear and what you need to sell them.
The Futur (1 year ago)
this is a styles cape. it's not the strategy. if it were, you'd be 100% right. perhaps the context was explained clearly enough in the video.
ONLYJDkettlebels (1 year ago)
Hi- we have many overseas clients and end up presenting via video conference, when presenting stylescapes digitally what would yr recommendations be .. since obviously u cant see everything at once on a screen. What do u do?
Mason Thompson (1 year ago)
This is one of the many videos you HAVE to watch a second time (and beyond). Literally every word from Chris has a form of intent and information behind it! Like when will you NOT learn from the futur???
The Futur (1 year ago)
hopefully never Mason. :)
Ryan Campbell (1 year ago)
Love the straightforwardness of Chris Do! We could use more of that in the world!
The Futur (1 year ago)
i'll give ya more.
TokyoXtreme (1 year ago)
“Salty” used to mean “seasoned” and “experienced” before Twitter and and MLG e-sports changed it into “upset”.
Rahmat Jusri (1 year ago)
Chris i like you and the content of this video, however can u please be bit easy on Molly? i don't know to me you might a little hard on her just my 2 cents. Love the video btw!
The Futur (1 year ago)
alright. i'll go easier.
Lynn Albrink-Witt (1 year ago)
Hey guys! I love this. Would love to see this applied to something really standard like a savings card or a brochure that doesn't have that many photos. We often have to present little things that have to follow the brand guidelines and don't have a big back story or room for a lot of creativity. When asked to present I just want to be like "here's the savings card" - but obviously I need to say more. How do you talk about things like that??
The Futur (1 year ago)
send me a link. i'll pitch it.
Nikhita Prabhudesai (1 year ago)
What an epic pitch.
diego_harkamisco (1 year ago)
Have you made a video on how to find inspiration and get motivated to design?
diego_harkamisco (1 year ago)
The Futur yeah I really like your videos, they help me alot, especially in pitching and talking to clients, keep it up!, don't stop.
The Futur (1 year ago)
maybe the art of search video for inspiration. the entire channel is about motivation wouldn't you say?
KBYS2008 (1 year ago)
Dang! More of these videos please?
The Futur (1 year ago)
we got another one.
Young Human Club (1 year ago)
The content you guys are putting out is so valuable and impressive. I’m trying to make daily videos right now and to do it proper (nice thumbs, solid description etc) is a tough job. Respect ✊ team futur! Chris, I love your perfectionism. <3
The Futur (1 year ago)
thanks young human! those that do, realize how tough it is.
Hollingsworth& (1 year ago)
Great vid as usual 💜
The Futur (1 year ago)
Appreciate it.
Sal Baldovinos (1 year ago)
What it boils down to for me, like in sales, is the power of storytelling. Connecting to the audience through story
The Futur (1 year ago)
yes.
Rosa (1 year ago)
so much...
Justin Giovanetti (1 year ago)
My god that was a great pitch. Perfect delivery.
The Futur (1 year ago)
thanks. hope you can apply that to your next pitch.
crewzta (1 year ago)
More of these please, need to step up my presentation acumen.
Braiam Vásquez (1 year ago)
This was great, one of my fav. episodes so far!
Abhi Jith (1 year ago)
gold ...actually diamond
Demilade Olaleye (1 year ago)
Intro sounds like an Album skit
Demilade Olaleye (1 year ago)
Yes! Spot On
The Futur (1 year ago)
like from de la soul or something?
Brian Fong (1 year ago)
I think I've watched this episode before, but it was longer. Are you re-airing old ones that were locked away in the archives or cutting long videos into short ones?
The Futur (1 year ago)
we are cutting down live streams since so many people asked for it.
fadi alameer (1 year ago)
please can I ask about the music at the beginning ? what is the name of the song or artist, I want to do my design work listening to it :)
The Futur (1 year ago)
Aaron will have to tell you.
Derek W (1 year ago)
Would love to see this become a frequent feature. Thanks for the great content.
The Futur (1 year ago)
you got it.
EL EFECTO ARCHIMEDES (1 year ago)
good stuff. I've made it a new habit to describe things in terms of more than just visuals, but including all the senses. Nice pitching, you hit it out of the park (pun intended).
sampletear (1 year ago)
Not trying to be rude but aarons pitch sounded a bit like one of the guys in the tv trying to sell you weird stuff. I think as Chris said you should take a more open way of talking to the customer and not be so focused on selling tho. But you are learning from the best himself so what am I even saying hehe.
The Futur (1 year ago)
we are giving you a few different ways so you can learn. it's not a contest but more for comparison.
raGz M (1 year ago)
Wow, Awesome stuff. Ben you did amazing stuff in your own way. It was interesting to see the way chris did the scaffolding for the story to flow. Thanks Guys. - raGz
Rad-Dad (1 year ago)
Sorry Chris but Bens pitch was much more engaging. He has a very Seattle look as well which helps the sell. Nice episode Blind team.
The Futur (1 year ago)
no need to be sorry. Ben did a great job.
uriah peterson (1 year ago)
I disagree with the general consensus that the term "salty" should be avoided due in part to a cultural trend of the word. The client is an informed audience. I hope that they would not fear such a word. Besides, a little saltiness adds a ton of flavor; used in moderation of coarse (hehe).
uriah peterson (1 year ago)
Ahh. Got it. Very true. Always take the humble approach.
The Futur (1 year ago)
sure. in a big presentation where you're dealing with 6 figure budgets, i would advise on not choosing words that have a negative connotation to describe the client. btw, the user profile of the client was a complete mismatch to the way that Ben described him. but he wasn't privy to that. just some context.
Stella Petkova (1 year ago)
Hey Chris, Although I totally enjoyed this video, there is one point that I strongly disagree with - correct me if I am wrong, but you said Ben's presentation sounded a little pitchy and you preferred a more straightforward approach. From my perspective, the presentation should be neither just pitchy or just concrete and detail interpretative, but a complementary mix of those both approaches. Why - because what Ben did was giving the picture of the overall idea and brought the inspiration on. The two other guys (sorry, I can't recall their names) looked excited. I was excited! The inspiration makes you dream/imagine and desire. If you skip this part and go directly to the specifics and technical details, you risk to sound too dry and might completely miss the stated effect. And everybody knows that if you succeed to hit someone's emotions then what's coming next most likely would be very favorable for you in comparison with the option to just mess with their brains and logics. Cheers! :)
Stella Petkova (1 year ago)
Thank you very much Chris, I appreciate the opportunity but as the idea of going on air is increasing my anxiety levels by approx. 80%, I'd rather stick to occasional writing ;))
The Futur (1 year ago)
yes i agree. you need to get your client excited about the potential design, but i find that in my experience, that comes from speaking about something more concrete as opposed to making stuff up. it's that "fine art" speak that i have a reaction to. it's unfair to ben and the audience because i actually did the strategy on this particular assignment a year ago. i also don't think i was just describing mechanical details, but to each their own. you get to choose la style that works for you and it sounds like you prefer a little of both. just curious, would you like to come on the air with us and play the game? i'm curious to hear how you pitch.
wojtekobe (1 year ago)
Why it is better to have stylescapes in that long, horizontal form? Is it better to talk about the design with 3 pages  rather than jumping between 10? Am i correct?
wojtekobe (1 year ago)
Thank you for reply. In this example, you have put a finished logotype on all of this materials or just it is pre version of logo which you will be doing later? I have been making my stylescapes/moodboards before design process by using all of the id examples, photos, fonts and other materials. Is it a "super stylescape" where you put a lot more effort in it and make simple pre designs and mockups? I feel confused and don't know on what stage o design process you are presenting such detailed stylescape.
The Futur (1 year ago)
you can choose any format that works for you. Jose Caballer introduced the stylescape to me and that's how he did them. they're meant to be super panoramic because it was designed (on purpose) not to look like a web page (which is how he used them for). this way, clients wouldn't immediately think, hey i don't want that for my website. horizontal layouts give you a lot more freedom for you typography. but that's us. do what works for you.
Rizq Haditia Putra (1 year ago)
This is the content i've waiting for. Real stuff how to share our work for clients
The Futur (1 year ago)
and here it is.
Kamryn Loy (1 year ago)
Love this!
nana&mz (1 year ago)
Chris, you're amazing and an inspiration. Gotta work on my pitching skills!
The Futur (1 year ago)
nana&mz thanks.
Geoffrey (1 year ago)
Pitch it!!! Awesome bitesize information..really helpful. Thanks guys!
The Futur (1 year ago)
Geoffrey Tajonera you bet.
Omar Lee (1 year ago)
Great!
Peter Henderson (1 year ago)
Chris is to graphic design what Shaddy Safadi is to concept art: Brutally honest, slightly impatient and incredibly efficient. I mean that as a compliment.
Peter Henderson (1 year ago)
He's the founder of concept art studio One Pixel brush, and former Naughty Dog concept artist. Oh, and he sounds exactly like Vince Vaughn. I listened to your latest Collective Podcast with Ash Thorp. I believe they are friends.
The Futur (1 year ago)
i'll take it as a compliment. though i don't know who shady safadi is.
Vikram Kaushik (1 year ago)
not bad!!!
anthony smith (1 year ago)
@the Futur Topography, not topology. topography is related to geography as topology related to math.
The Futur (1 year ago)
thanks!
Handarand (1 year ago)
salty = the one that insults, spiteful
The Futur (1 year ago)
definitely not the word you want to use to describe the prospective client then.
marcelo zacarias (1 year ago)
stylescape / moodboards rock!! very handy. Not sure if starting a private pinterest board with your client would do the same job, but so far that's what I've been doing. anyhow... great vid!!
The Futur (1 year ago)
we like to control what they look at so we will assemble it onto a page.
ChrisAWhite (1 year ago)
The Mood Board
Frank Suarez-Milan (1 year ago)
Good stuff!
Keith Rodri (1 year ago)
Really enjoying what you're providing Chris Do! Some good crit that reminds me of when I was in school. Keep it up the futur team
The Futur (1 year ago)
thanks Keith.
Great video, super helpful! It's not about "pitching", but rather clearly articulating design decisions in a way non-designers can resonate with.
The Futur (1 year ago)
yep. that's it Sean.
Manisha Bains (1 year ago)
Chris, please don't call yourself older rather say experienced. Good show usual.
The Futur (1 year ago)
i don't mind my age. it's just a number. i celebrate it. older does not equal negative to me.
Rorgypoo (1 year ago)
Excuse my terrible memory but is there some context to differentiate the situation where the "Win Without Pitching Manifesto" comes into play and the situations where you're presenting your work to your client?
The Futur (1 year ago)
WWPM dictates that you should never pitch. that's not the point of this exercise. "pitch this" is in reference to presenting your work. not necessarily as a spec piece done without pay. hope that helps.
Puneet Verma (1 year ago)
480p squad!
D • (1 year ago)
I can see Ben on Shark Tank
nana&mz (1 year ago)
yessssss!
The Futur (1 year ago)
should we send him to pitch something?
JPZRO31 (1 year ago)
WOW! Now i just want to start doing a stylescape. It's just beautiful. I haven't even heard of this term before and only learned it here from your channel. I don't know how it will come out when i start doing it, because my lay-out game needs a lot of work just like my editorial game. Feeling inspired though!
The Futur (1 year ago)
excellent
BrookeEmma (1 year ago)
Main guy (bald dude) he comes off very rude to the other people...I've found this in a few videos. Good content though.
Rorgypoo (1 year ago)
BrookeEmma Slightly awkward when he's the CEO and in charge.
The Futur (1 year ago)
bald guy is me. i guess i'm not your cup of tea Brooke.
Dillon Mysliwiec (1 year ago)
Very helpful and great concept for a show. I feel as though many, myself included, would present as the first person did and miss the other senses and repeat ourselves using technical terms. Being able to bridge the gap between art and the viewer is an important aspect in marketing yourself.
AVIIIBK (1 year ago)
amazing! what was the original video for this stream? I missed it!
The Futur (1 year ago)
i don't recall.
KiddoGameShop (1 year ago)
Woah. I had this video in the background while i was working. Didn't realize Chris was 'pitching' until that last sentence.
KiddoGameShop (1 year ago)
Yeah, I had to go back to hear when the actual 'pitch' started. Very cool.
The Futur (1 year ago)
when it's done right, it shouldn't sound like a pitch. it should sound like a conversation.
EPHS (1 year ago)
Forgive me if you've already done a video on the subject, but I've never fully understood the process in creating a "stylescape." I see tremendous value in the idea, but just don't know how to introduce it into my own process, and especially how to involve the client in a sort of pre-presentation before full exploration. I'm sure it could save a huge amount of time and offer great value as the client may better understand why and how it makes the thinking stronger. Any chance you'll have a video on stylescapes?
sampletear (1 year ago)
Aviva Darab There you go, I guess there is all the information you need! https://www.thefutur.com/product/futur-pro-group-membership/ Have a good one
Aviva Darab (1 year ago)
Where can we find out more about the pro group?
The Futur (1 year ago)
we already have one. there's a deeper dive into how to make one in the pro group.
Vít Kozikowski (1 year ago)
As a self taught designer this video is just pure gold. I don't have any ideas or suggestions right now, just wanted to say thanks.
The Futur (1 year ago)
that works for me!
Team Design (1 year ago)
Thank you so much sir, would you please let me know what's about my progress ?https://goo.gl/o2k3ZK
/ (1 year ago)
love the concept for a new show!!
/ (1 year ago)
pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man! for real, though, i'd love to but i'm kind of maxed to the tits right now. just landed a job. quoted a month. but i also promised my dad last month that i'd help him outfit an apartment building downtown with new hardware which should be arriving near the end of the month. and the job with my dad will be a 2-3 week job which is going to eat into the timeframe i quoted, so i gotta try and get as much done as i can before then :( out of curiosity what would've it entailed?
The Futur (1 year ago)
would you like to play along?
William Valencia (1 year ago)
Super valuable conversation. Great for inspiration and teaching. Make this a series.
The Futur (1 year ago)
already is William. we have another segment that's waiting for a cutdown.
Kevin Bishop (1 year ago)
These ‘bite size’ videos are really handy. When watching a live stream, I find some of the points can wash over as we’re consuming a lot of info in 1-2 hours. So these shorts to use as a quick recap and to reference again and again is brilliant. Thanks :)
Kevin Bishop (1 year ago)
The Futur awesome :)
The Futur (1 year ago)
we're aware of the fried circuit or information overload. we have many more cutdown segments for that reason.
Tristan King (1 year ago)
I loved this. It brings me back to when I was in my mock agency class. My professor said “Paint the picture for your client , make them feel the boat rock, make them smell the saltiness in the breeze, make them visualize the structure. Prepare before them a meal so that when they open their eyes they are ready to eat.”
The Futur (1 year ago)
that's a great description. i'm going to add that to the show notes. sounds like you had a great professor.
Dask Hux (1 year ago)
This is the kind of content that keeps me a fan of the futur. Great upload! Thank you!
The Futur (1 year ago)
Thanks! more on the way.

Would you like to comment?

Join YouTube for a free account, or sign in if you are already a member.