Good speakers speak to be remembered. Great speakers speak to be repeated.
One of the ways to be both remembered and repeated is to create an experience for your audience members so they feel like they are part of your story.
How to Create an Experience – Part 2 of 6
Watch the following 2:47 video (part 2 of 6) for a simple yet powerful way to keep your audience with you or even ahead of you (hint).
Where, in your speech, can you let the audience jump ahead of you? What will you say (or ask) to prompt them to jump ahead?
What was Part 1 of 6?
Click here if you’d like to see Part 1 of Creating an Experience for Your Audience
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