The legendary speech coach, Patricia Fripp, once said to me,
“People won’t remember what you say as much as they’ll remember what they see when you say it.”
In other words, it’s important to do everything you can to make your speeches visual.
Of course it’s healthy to get your audience to see your stories, but did you also know you can get them to see your points? Literally!
When you do, you make your message much more memorable and you might even open up a jar of fun for your audience as well.
Take a look at the following video for an example of how you can make your points become visual and long-lasting.
Do you have a gesture that you have attached to one of your points or stories? What is it? I’d love to hear from you.
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