In Speak Like Churchill, Stand Like Lincoln: 21 Powerful Secrets of History’s Greatest Speakers, James C. Humes discusses the techniques successful public speakers use in presentation. One effective mechanism is employing compelling statistics to establish credibility or create a memorable, relatable moment.
We Logic bloggers attempt to do this with stats about mobile technology adoption and usage. We try to get you thinking about just how many of your employees and customers are carrying around smartphones and tablets, and who is using them to do business.
But, we’ve come to the realization that the statistics aren’t shocking anymore. You are no longer bowled over by the prediction that there will be more mobile devices than people in 2013. You see it on the streets, in stores, in boardrooms–we’re all head down, thumbing through screens.
So that we can move on to other matters, I’ve created this quintessential infographic for you:
*Please note this should not reflect the capabilities of Logic’s graphic designers who laughed heartily upon seeing this. I’d also like you to accept this as hyperbole and not a lack of sensitivity to the real poverty that exists on our planet.