May 4, 2016

Dramatic speaking

Fellow speaker,

World Champion Speaker Lance Miller suggests you tie your dramatic gestures and movements on the stage to disrupting your audience's normal way of thinking. For example, in World Champion Speaker Darren LaCroix's speech he falls on the stage and stays there, getting the audience to think, "You're staying down on the stage too long for this speech to work." and then asks the audience, "Did you think I stayed down too long? Did you ever stay down too long?" By staying down for such a long time he was able to get the audience to think in a completely new way.


Tim Wilson
Professional Speech Coach
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