By Janelle Fletcher, Speaker
Auckland, New Zealand
Being in an enthusiastic, energetic peak state where you are alert as a speaker and able to capture the audience’s attention and curiosity is key to the audience’s learning and application of your message. Role modelling through your physiology and also inviting your audience to sit, stand, be in a state of readiness and eagerness to learn is great opener to your presentation. How do you rolemodel your body physiology so that people are rearing to listen? A high energy opener with an excited tone. A sweeping movement coming onto the stage can be useful. Sometime I go for a solid and distinct step forward into an imaginary limelight with my head held high and a moments pause. A pregnant pause and motionless body can also be one that captures attention. Even a few loud claps and gesturing for the audience to follow you is a great way to get people into the listening and participating groove. Energetically opening up your core around your midriff and a purposeful opening up the heart area can be useful when you want the audience to connect with you in a more receptive way. Whatever you do, use your body physiology with purpose when you speak.
From superwoman to a super woman, loathing her body to loving it, body disgust to body trust and listening to external sources to trusting her own internal resource, Janelle Fletcher can show you how to love the skin you’re in and address your health, body and life issues from the inside out.
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