Public Speaking, Rehearsals, and Memorization — Or How I Became a Global Keynote Speaker Without…
Alf Rehn
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With you 100% on this. I have never really understood the advice because I respond to the audience and their reactions. In the performing arts I think it is a bit like comparing a stand up comic with a play. The actor goes through her lines in character, in most cases without reacting directly to the audience responses. No two talks are ever the same, as you say.

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