Hi brandon artisan president of champion strategies with our ongoing series on public speaking workshop.
Today, we want to look at how to keep your audience engaged at all times.
The legends and stories of our ancestors told were the only way knowledge at that time for humankind could be preserved.
This goes back to the very beginning of human civilization.
As such, it’s hardwired into our brains to not only remember stories but to also enjoy listening to them.
For this reason, as a public speaker, it is incredibly important that you use stories.
Why plain and simple stories invoke emotion, emotion is what makes memories.
Stick stories invoke motion.
That’s what i want you to think about the reason you don’t remember.
Any of those lectures from when you were back in school is because the teacher not really really combined any emotion to it.
Unless the lesson was incredibly important to you, in which case you’d, contribute your emotion, you wouldn’t remember it all so by telling a story doing so in a way that attaches emotion to it, you’re using an incredibly powerful tool in the public speaking world as human beings.
We all love to tell stories we think in stories.
We talk in stories and you can see telling a story is one of the easiest ways to explain a concept to somebody, so they can attach it to the information you’re trying to explain, even if in your situation, when perhaps the audience isn’t interested in the topic.
You’re talking about by simply weaving in a powerful story, you’re increasing your chances of the crowd, engaging and really connecting with you and the information that you’re selling by simply weaving in a powerful story.
You’re increasing your chances of the crowd, engaging being a public speaker.
Part of your job is to be enjoyable to watch and entertain for your audience to listen to you.
You are an entertainer, so who needs the information in order that this will be one of the best things that they’ve ever came together for it’s you, because you’re, the storyteller becoming a master storyteller is a skill that will give you a massive advantage when it comes To leveraging one of the most powerful principles, in speaking, we call it the stage effect.
It is basically the principle that the quality of your delivery and the size of your audience determines the amount of influence and attraction you can create as a speech once again, brandon artisan president of champion strategies, hope you got something out of this and, as always in Parting, you go out and you make the champion day.