If you’re speaking at an event, it’s probably because you have an expertise you could share that your audience will benefit from. Wahoo! Congrats and be proud of yourself!
But then the organizers set you apart from everyone else — they probably seat you at the back or on a separate table at an elevated platform. Although this might make you feel “special”, this actually unknowingly creates a little bit of disconnect between you and your audience. And you wouldn’t want that at all! One of the keys to any great talk is to create rapport and be able to jive with your listeners!
I’ll share with you some secret tips on how to create rapport that works for me whenever I speak at an event. This could also work for any presentation you’re going to make.