The first thing you must be able to do well as a speaker, is tell stories. Stories connect you to your audience, and connection is critical to gaining high quality clients and selling your products and programs.
Let me share something you might not know about adding stories to your talks.
Uri Hanson, a professor of psychology at Princeton conducted an experiment on a graduate student. He had her tell a personal story about going to the prom. Researchers scanned her brain and the brains of the 11 students who were listening. The same parts of everyone’s brains showed “activation”.
It showed everyone in the room – all the listeners – were experiencing a similar response!
Stories are profoundly important for anyone who needs to deliver a presentation with the intent of influencing someone.
Storytelling is an ancient art and just ONE of 5 things I’m going to talk about and teach at my upcoming presentation in Chandigarh on, April 28th & 29th!
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