GSLS_112_27_Week_11_Rule_of_3

GSLS_112_27_Week_11_Rule_of_3 - RULE OF 3 RULE OF 3...

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RULE OF 3
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RULE OF 3 Remember as a child, when your mother sent you down to the shop to buy a number of things? When you got to the shop, all you could remember were three things only …
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RULE OF 3 Which of the following sounds best? - My boss is short My boss is short. - My boss is short and fat My boss is short and fat. - My boss is short, fat and ugly My boss is short, fat and ugly. - My boss is short, fat, ugly and old- My boss is short, fat, ugly and old- fashioned fashioned.
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RULE OF 3 The rule of three is based on the fact that people tend to remember THREE things. Therefore, three things in a series usually sound better than two or four.
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APPLYING RULE OF 3 ONE. The audience is likely to only remember three things from your presentation. Structure your presentation around three key themes or messages and it will become more memorable.
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EXAMPLE A Thesis Statement using the Rule of 3: The city has several serious The city has several serious
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