“Don’t Dilute your Power”
One of the more interesting things I learned from Darren LaCroix last night was how using, or misusing, the stage could add to, or dilute, your power as a speaker.
Darren demonstrated this by showing how a point made while moving across the stage comes off as less powerful than a point made while stationary.
Of course, every statement in your speech doesn’t have to be powerful. But when you understand how these two choices can be taken by your audience, you can be more effective in making those really powerful points. Plus you’ll be more polished in your overall delivery.
This came from his #7 Mistake – “Moving Without Purpose”
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