Tips from Andrew Dlugan – http://sixminutes.dlugan.com/
“Please don’t picture the audience naked, especially if I am in your audience.”
The lustful speaker attempts to calm their nerves by applying the common (yet terrible) advice to picture the audience naked!
Please don’t picture the audience naked, especially if I am in your audience.
In theory, picturing your audience naked makes them seem as vulnerable as you feel. It may provide a brief lighthearted moment to feed your teenaged appetite, but it won’t help you speak better.
More likely, it will cause an additional distraction and impede your efforts to connect with your audience. Consider this: how easy is it for you to communicate something meaningful to a room full of naked people? Can you inspire them? Impossible.
Nervous speakers who avoid this lustful deadly sin are, unfortunately, still prone to committing another deadly sin…
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to your speaking success!!
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