Have you ever thought about how you can connect with your audience after you leave the stage? Are you wondering what that even means? Stay tuned! This episode is for you.
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“Don't get so caught up in the people you want to talk to that you miss the people that God has for you.” – Mary R. Snyder.
Today, I'll talk about what happens when you step off the platform and 5 steps for introverts and extroverts to navigate this uncharted territory.
Highlights from today's episode include:
- The key components of a speaker's life (1:31)
- What to do after you step off the platform (2:42)
- 1st – Be available (3:36)
- 2nd – Listen intently (6:06)
- 3rd – A caveat (7:12)
- 4th – Know your limitations (9:16)
- 5th – Be friends (10:40)
- Do you follow me? (13:51)
- Apps I mentioned (14:28)
- Closing remarks (15:21)
The world is filled with lonely people looking for someone to understand them. When you share a message that speaks to someone's heart, they believe you know them, you understand them – and you do! Because being a speaker is a high calling, I hope these key components of a speaker's life help you feel prepared to connect with your audience after delivering your message.
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