Public speaking is more than simply standing before a group of people and talking at them. It requires preparation, strategy, charisma, and audience engagement. We’ve also discovered that the use of narrative adds extra dynamism to our NYC Marketing presentations. Certain fundamentals help us tell compelling stories.
For instance, we get our listeners hooked to our message by telling only part of a story. Instead of focusing on unimportant details and losing attention, we stick with the essentials. We do, however, make sure every anecdote has a distinct beginning, middle, and end. This structure keeps things organized and focused.
It’s also important that we take center stage with just the right amount of preparation under our belts. We get some rehearsal in, but not so much that we memorize our speeches word-for-word. As long as we have some bullets stored in our memories, we’re ready to represent NYC Marketing with confidence and professionalism.
It’s worth noting that even if we do make a mistake, the audience probably won’t even notice the error. If we leave out an important piece of information, for example, we simply weave it into our presentation at the next opportunity.
The use of narrative enhances the public speaking experience – for the presenter as well as the listener. Like NYC Marketing on Facebook, where you’ll find more of our public speaking insights.