Something my brain seems geared to do is:
1) Recall information–meaningful or junk–that I see or hear. Factoids, trivia, sound bites, maxims, quotes, etc. all seem to stick. Whenever my wife can’t remember who played the 2nd guy from the left in a movie, she calls me. If you want to know the four-man lineup for the mock metal group Spinal Tap, I’m your guy. But if you want to know the four options for the cause of the universe, or the four quick Bible passages that show that Jesus is God, that’s me too. All facts are interesting and you never know how pop-culture trivia can punctuate a serious point.
2) Organize information. As a graphic designer, this is what I do day in and day out. I try to incorporate this skill into my writing and presentations as well. Meet The Skeptic is a good example of taking something complex and boiling it down to digestable pieces for practical use.
Looking forward to serving you with memorable presentations of truth.