Public Speaking Course:
Genius Technique - Photographic Memory
Here's one of my genius techniques taught in my public speaking course. When used properly this technique will impress your audience by making you look like you have a photographic memory. Wouldn't you enjoy having your audience look at you and be impressed?
During your presentation, refer to an article in a magazine or passage from a book in this way:
Stop what you're saying and look up in the air as if you are recalling the particular picture or publication in your mind. Then refer to the article by page number, left or right-hand page, passage's position on the page, etc.
The audience will be impressed and think you have a photographic memory. However, you are just an accomplished presenter well trained from your public speaking course, who memorized the information, practiced the technique, and delivered it to your audience to add a special WOW factor.
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