The most powerful thing you can say comes from what you don't say.
Non-visual stimulation will refocus your presentation. Allowing a pause at any point in your presentation allows your audience, and yourself to refocus on where you are at. It helps to catch up on thought processes and digest something you just heard. Allow your audience to stay with you and they will retain so much more information.
Owner/Operator of StormKatt Productions LLC (writing/editing) and Hope Speaking (training/speaking)
More than 20 years of experience in the corporate world in leadership and development
Contracted with both private and public enterprises delivering live workshops throughout the world
Written multiple books about leadership, communication, and writing
Distinguished (highest) Toastmaster status; semi-finalist in the 2012 World Championship of Public Speaking
Co-host of podcast and video channel CounterCultureWISE
Professional editor and writer for multiple clients, including NPR
B.A. degree in communications, University of Washington
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