Chances are, your audience won’t remember everything you say when you give a speech or presentation. And, if your presentation is forgotten, you will be too.
To be a great public speaker, you and what you say need to be remembered. People should leave your presentation with three things: one message, one experience, and one visual that they will remember. Besides making you memorable, these three things can serve a triggers that help your audience recall other parts of your presentation.
What are messages, experiences, and visuals that can make you a memorable public speaker?