As a speaker, when you tell a story, it’s important to not have it come off looking like a stage-play. Instead, it should feel like an ongoing conversation with your audience mixed with some scenes that you invite them to experience.
The Story Step-out Method will help you strike that delicate balance between telling your story and making sure your audience knows you are still talking to them.
See the video for the lesson and then take a look at the “Your Turn” section below.
Can you provide an example of where you temporarily step out of your story to address the audience?
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