Public Speaking Training:
Check out these last few storytelling tips from my public speaking training.
TIP: Use above tip along with changing your voice tone to indicate different
TIP: Look in different directions to indicate different characters. The
audience will associate a stage right or stage left look with the different
character from your story.
TIP: Use different postures for different persons, body language can speak
loud and clear. (for example, you could hunch over to represent an older person)
TIP: Do what the written story says. If it says Joe cleared his throat, you
clear your throat at that point in the story.
Without saying a word, you can communicate loudly when you use body language
to tell a story. This is an important lesson from your public speaking training.