Years ago I was asked to give a speech to a group of educators in Virginia. Right before I took the stage, I decided to change my speech in an attempt to connect quicker and deeper with this particular audience.
Play the audio lesson below and hear what I did backstage before I got onstage.
Note: Even if you can’t completely hear what I’m saying backstage, you can still understand what I’m doing, why I’m doing it, and what happened as a result. Enjoy!
What are some ideas you took from this audio lesson?
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