Let People Believe You Are Talking About Them
When speaking to a rather larger public, gathering each person’s attention may turn into a struggle.
One way to keep them focused is by giving them the idea that they are the subject of the topic.
Let them know you are addressing their concerns and interests.
With persuading people, you have to also keep their attention on you or they will fail to get the message you are trying to get across.
If there’s one thing people would be the most interested in, it is definitely going to be themselves.
When you make your audience the subject, they pay more attention because they get the idea that they can apply what you say to their daily life.
It would feel like you are directly speaking to them even when the room is full of people.
Describing the audience, quite specifically, is another way to get them to think you are talking about them.
For example, you need to gather an audience for a presentation about career choices.
You can promote it by indicating you are looking to help out teens who are confused on what path to take.
What do you do to make your presentations about your audience?
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