A while back, I had the chance to visit Florence, Italy. I met an excellent guide who gave me keen insight. He told me the best times to get to the museums, find the finest paper, and choose the best Chianti.
My guide also shared a cautionary note: taking in too much art in too many museums can make you sick. It’s called Stendhal Syndrome, and symptoms include rapid heartbeat, dizziness, fainting, confusion, and, in severe cases, hallucinations and feelings of worthlessness.
The way we share information today is like a trip to Florence. So many messages are communicated in so many places. Experiencing them all can leave the reader feeling exhausted and confused.
If processing information has become such an overwhelming experience, how can you get your messages heard?
I can be your guide. I develop compelling content and share that content to connect with the reader and move them to action.
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