Your audience wants an experience worth remembering. You can provide that, and more, if you design your talk to evoke an emotional response for the viewer.
Keep it present
Consider positioning your stories in the NOW. We can relate better to information presented in present tense.
Feel it with them
Put yourself into the story as you’re telling it. Your audience will experience a part of what you’re experiencing on stage. Make it real.
Use your senses
Include the sight, sound, taste, touch and smell in your stories. The emotional moments count on detail.
“Think of your Talk as creating an experience for your audience. The more you allow them to feel, the more they will remember your Talk forever.”Kymberlee Weil
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