If They Don’t Feel Anything, They Won’t Remember Anything

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Engaging audiences is no easy task, but one of the best ways to ensure they take away your message is to make them feel something. Emotion is one of the best ways to bring an audience together, and keep them collectively on the edge of their seats.

Here, Bronwyn Ritchie’s written a wonderful piece about how to make an audience laugh, think and reflect, and how those three actions can help your message be remembered.

“People will forget what you say, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” (Maya Angelou)

You can read the article in its entirety here: Make Them Feel it – Pivotal Public Speaking

Jared Senseman

Jared is the former Commissioning Editor for Presentation Guru. He's a proud alumnus of The University of Mississippi, an avid college football fan, a wizard of wordsmithery, and a lover of ales. He's just finished his MA in Publishing from Kingston University in London, and has gone on a much needed vacation.

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