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Announcing New Keynotes on Psychology, AI, and Storytelling

Today, I’m announcing a new series of talks in partnership with Worldwide Speakers Group (WWSG)! These new talks build upon my wealth of Captivology research, along with the experience I’ve

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The Three Stages of Attention [VIDEO]

In Captivology, I discuss the three stages of attention — the step-by-step process in which we pay attention to every piece of stimuli.

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How Can You Tell a Better Story With Your Data?

Ben Parr on Storytelling

A few weeks ago, I sat down with Behind the Brand and Visage to discuss Captivology and provide advice for entrepreneurs. In this video, I discuss the science of storytelling, the Rokia

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How to Captivate the Attention of Users, Customers and Investors [VIDEO]

A few weeks ago, I spoke at The Startup Conference in Redwood City, CA, where I gave an international audience of entrepreneurs, investors and executives a preview of my new book

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Announcing “Captivology”, My Book on the Science of Attention (HarperCollins/2015)

Dear friends, family, colleagues, and supporters,

I'm thrilled to announce my first non-fiction book, working title "Captivology: The Science of Capturing People's Attention", due in early 2015 from HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins.

I hope you will sign up for updates on Captivology through my book's website. You can follow @Captivology on Twitter or like Captivology on Facebook. You can also follow @BenParr for regular updates. And finally, here's a link for sharing this announcement.

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THRIVE Raises $72,000+ to Build a Trauma Healing Center in Gulu, Uganda

I’m thrilled to announce that THRIVEGulu, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to building and operating a trauma healing and rehabilitation

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Introducing: The BenParr.com iPhone App!

A few days ago, I wrote on Mashable about a new service called iSites, which lets you create your own, self-branded iPhone and Android app.

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BenParr.com – The Redesign!

Moving across the country and Mashable have killed my blogging on BenParr.com, but still thousands of people are reading my posts. So, with my

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