How would you like to keep your audience on the edge of their seats wondering what you’re going to say next?
How would you like to feel a deeper connection with your audiences than you ever have in the past?
How would you like to move on with this lesson? Me too, so let’s jump right in!
You Can’t Rush and Resonate
Too many speakers try to get across too much information in too little time. Ask me how I know this. I used to be one of them.
However, I came to understand the truth of the old speaker proverb that states, “When you squeeze your information in, you squeeze your audience out.”
A Most Important Delivery Tool
One of the most important delivery tools you can use requires sufficient space in your speech to use it. It’s what I call Milking the Moment. You simply can’t take advantage of this powerful tool if you are rushing. Take a look at the following video lesson to see how you can put this tool to use for you and your very next audience.
What moment or moments in your speeches can you milk? Feel free to provide some examples. I look forward to hearing from you!
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