This means that never has it been more important to get clear on the value you can deliver, and value doesn’t come from being the most boisterous, extroverted speaker out there.
Value comes from getting clear on how your expertise can empower others to live a better life than they have since this calamity began and beyond.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re theatrical, subdued, aggressive, or heartfelt – as long as the audience member is compelled to take positive and meaningful action in response.
The value of our speech isn’t based on what we say on stage, but rather what our audience does once we’re done saying it.
Introverts will make the best speakers not when they change their personalities but when they take the insights that have grown from a lifetime of productive solitude and show their audience how these ideas can help them to live a better life.
They merely need to convince their audiences that getting from point A to point B is possible.
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