About Nancy Ayanna Wyatt

In addition to being a writer/editor, creator of infographics, and a highly engaging presenter and trainer, I am an ethical, energetic, and multi-faceted manager, demonstrably successful in directing human and financial resource allocation, contract administration, policies and procedures development, and supervisory functions. I have managed diverse departments, ranging from business offices to police, to name only two, while working for multi-national corporations, non-profits, higher education, state government, and small businesses. I have created extensive procedures, manuals, and training programs. I use the Internet, MS Office Suite, and presenter software. I have created 3 Word Press websites "from scratch." I sell photos on merchandise at https://pixels.com/profiles/nancyayanna-wyatt. My earned reputation is for fair play and for keeping people informed at all levels. I am praised often for my communication skills, which include listening, public speaking, writing and editing, training, and interpersonal relationships with people of all ages, cultures and hierarchical levels. An example of a presentation is "How To Start A Business," for which I provide extensive notes in English and Spanish. https://mypersuasivepresentations.com/classes-how-to-start-business/. Seminars on many topics may be booked through my website or by calling me. You also may hire me to create/and or present new teaching or training projects!

Training Series #5 – Content Development

If you were the only one speaking about a topic, you could do/say pretty much whatever you want. However, if you are part of a panel, each person may want to cover a different aspect of or perspective about the subject….What You Think of Me Is None of My Business, Except When I am a Presenter….Copies, Copyrights, Formats and Planned Stinginess in Content Development…Want to publish it as a book later? Things to contemplate! Continue Reading →

PowerPoint Poetry for Publication as Videos

many people enjoy watching videos more than reading. That is especially true during pandemic times and in the technology era when eyes become bleary and heads become achy from too much “screen time.” Plus, PowerPoints can be converted easily to videos, so why not take the chance? Continue Reading →

Unleash Creativity | Chakras & Haiku Poetry

You, too, can get “unstuck” in all areas of creativity, or household and business projects, and even health and emotional well-being, by learning about these chakra techniques. The Haiku is optional! Continue Reading →

Technical Writing Tips

Technical Writing Tips Yes, I offer writing and editing services, but what if YOU are invited to or are required to do technical writing despite having little or no experience Continue Reading →

Ice Breakers for Training or Conferences

There are several books “out there” about training ice breakers, but I did not like the suggestions I found. Most were too corny, too crass, or would use more time Continue Reading →

Harriet Beecher Stowe – A Script

Gracious!  That Mr. President Abraham Lincoln is a tall man and so imposing in his ways!  Imagine how my poor heart fluttered as my eyes inched up his spindly frame all the way to the top where sat the most stern and kindly face!  His voice boomed at me when he said, “So this is the little lady who started that great big war!” Continue Reading →

#AskLiz -Social Media Maven

I’ve invited Liz to share her expertise on effectively using social media, blogs, branding, Twitter (in particular), plus #hashtags to attract and maintain an audience for your business or project. Continue Reading →

Book Reviews of Three Hots and a Cot by Nancy Wyatt

Amazon + GoodReads Book Reviews: Three Hots and a Cot Sorry if I seem to be self-serving by posting these critiques of my book! However, reviewers have determined it is Continue Reading →

Business Infographics: Training, Retreats, Conferences

Now that we’re resigned to living on Zoom for the Winter and Spring, let’s refresh our memories about how to use business infographics to conduct sessions – even if you Continue Reading →

There are Poems, and Then There Is Poetry

The following are unrelated poems, attempts at poetry, or Not-Poems. They are snippets from collections of poetry and other short writings that I’m going to create throughout the Pandemic Winter Continue Reading →