Public Speaking Skills:
Genius Technique - Photographic Memory
Do you think the audience would be impressed if they think you had a photographic memory? Would you like them to look at you in awe?
Here's the "genius technique" to add to your public speaking skills: Refer to an article in a magazine or passage in a book, but do it in this way.
Pause and look up in the air as if you are thinking and picturing the 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 think you are some kind of genius.
However, we know that you are just a savvy presenter well trained with your public speaking skills who memorized the information, who practiced the technique, and then delivered it for the benefit of your audience with that special WOW factor.
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