Memory

Surprise Them

Surprise Them

Surprising them is all about creating a extra-ordinary moment together

We never forget the moments that surprised us most. These were out of the ordinary so our brains took a snapshot to remember it. The moment captured in a single frame. It might just be one specific picture you have, but that picture helps you retrieve the rest of the moment at will.

Now, what if it was possible to harness that power as a communicator? How can you intentionally capture your audience’s attention for a single moment causing a significant memory to stick?

Thoughts That Cling

Thoughts That Cling

As a speaker, you can use memory to your advantage: you can help the audience recall an emotional experience (which we will discuss in the next post, Captivate Them), or more importantly, you can communicate with the intention to create a new memory for them. Consider the weight of that - you have the opportunity to plant an idea in their mind that was not present before you came along.