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One of the most important things you must establish with your audience is called the element of trust. If your audience does not trust you enough to at least sit there and spend some time listening to you, regardless of what you say or what topic you might discuss, they’re not going to believe you.
Audiences that don’t "believe" tend to tune out. They’d rather spend their time doing other things, and if they want to take the time to hear someone speak, they’ll tend to go to places and see events where the views are more in line with their own thinking.
Regardless of whether you have "believers" or "skeptics" in any potential audience, remember the simple rule and the fact that they are all people. Because they are all people, you must treat them with respect accordingly.
Using Eye Contact Effectively
As we also discussed, you want to talk to the whole room, not just a specific section of it. Accordingly, you also want to make everyone feel as if they were an equal participant or observer in your event.
Direct Eye Contact
Direct eye contact with the audience, as well as with specific individuals, is vital. You need a fine mixture, a balance of both, and you must make a point to work the entire room and not just favor the right or left side.
Part VI tomorrow.
Joke of the Day: Women´s Wisdom
3. Always have insurance, and make sure the man pays for it.
5. If you must choose between two evils, always pick the one you have never tried before.
6. Experience is a wonderful thing. It can even be a woman’s best friend. It allows you to learn things when you make the same mistakes all over again.
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