“Life is about the frequency and intensity of experiences.” (Jim Rohn)
Your memories are very powerful. They can conjure emotions from the past, visual memories, and various feelings.
As a Speaker or Presenter, your words should leave a lasting impression. However, the word “lasting” is often forgotten. When you have stepped off of the stage, your listener should still have your words vibrating in their head. This “vibration” can be extended, if you give them a helping hand.
There are 3 questions to ask yourself when putting together your speech, that will ensure that your message lives on long after you and your audience have parted ways.
Kwesi Millington helps speakers, presenters and youth to connect with their audiences and master their messages using the power of storytelling in their speeches & presentations. He is a Certified Public Speaking Coach & Youth Mentor.