Ducati and Diesel have given the devil a new guise and now it is available in India. The limited-edition Diavel Diesel is limited to 666 units and can be bought only on special order.
The Diavel has always been a favourite among the Ducatisti in the country. When the Diavel Diesel was unveiled at the Milan Men’s Fashion Week 2017, it got the attention of motorcycle enthusiasts worldwide. This motorcycle was a product of the collaboration between the Ducati Design Centre and Andrea Rosso (Licensing Creative Director at Diesel). The last time Ducati and Diesel engaged in such a partnership was in 2012 with the Ducati Monster Diesel.
The Diavel Diesel has a host of features that set it apart from a standard Diavel. To begin with, the pyramid motif (Ducati, Diavel and Diesel) is displayed on various parts of the motorcycle. Red is a very prominent colour on the motorcycle. The lateral air intake covers, Brembo front brake callipers, LCD dashboard and five chain links have all been given a red hue. The exhaust system is incredibly detailed and is coated by black Zircotec ceramic, which is a thermal barrier coating that aids to performance in addition to good looks.
With deliveries beginning in August 2017, one of these 666 motorcycles could be yours for Rs 19.92 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
Story: Joshua Varghese
The primary purpose of color change in chameleons is social signaling.
Color change signals a chameleon’s physiological condition and intentions to other chameleons. They show darker colors when angered, or attempting to scare or intimidate others, while lighter or multi-colored patterns indicate they are courting.
Why would this knowledge be important when discussing presentation, communication and sales skills? Because in order to understand and deal with different types of audiences, it’s important to be a chameleon of sorts.
Here are 5 factors to consider when composing your desired remarks to different audiences.
1) Research and prepare for the geographic area are you speaking in. In the south, a little slower pace, with more eye contact is imperative. In the northeast, they may want you to be higher energy and “jump to the chase’! They may be more concerned with their time and not want the small talk.
2) What tasks does your audience perform? People in sales tend to be a little more demonstrative and sociable. Those who work with numbers or statistics want more factual information given to them without any bells or whistles.
3) What position do they hold? What’s their title? When speaking with a manager or owner, you would be smart to speak about not only what you can do for them, but also for the folks who work for them.
4) What type of relationship do you have with your audience going into it? Your personality and delivery style should reflect your current relationship with the audience, client or prospect. Always pay considerable care to the fact that your professionalism always takes precedence in your ongoing relationship with them. Your closing technique will evolve as you get to know them better. You’ ll be able to read their buying signals easier and act on them accordingly.
5) There are always going to be extenuating circumstances which will govern how you speak and react in certain situations. Be flexible and be able to change your approach or delivery as the situation unfolds.
Preparation, customization and being appropriate for your audience, the industry and region they are in can go a long way in delivering a knock out presentation they will long remember!
These factors are general observations I have learned through trial and error. I cannot stress enough the importance of doing the proper due diligence to uncover as much as possible about the listener or audience prior to composing your remarks. The more you tailor your presentation to the people you’re speaking to rather than the territory you’re speaking in, the better it will be received.
What do you do to prepare for your audience and be a chameleon?
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