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Create An Instant Connection by “Hijacking Attention”. Ask the audience a question Invite them to imagine a situation Say “Consider this:” and follow with your hypothesis Pose a question and ask them to discuss briefly with the person next to them

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create an instant connection by hijacking attention
Create An Instant Connection by “Hijacking Attention”
  • Ask the audience a question
  • Invite them to imagine a situation
  • Say “Consider this:” and follow with your hypothesis
  • Pose a question and ask them to discuss briefly with the person next to them
  • Declare something surprising or reveal a surprising fact
  • Ask for a show of hands
  • Say “Before we start” and then give them a command, such as:
    • Consider this, think about this, stop for a moment to reflect on;
  • “On a scale of 1-10 how important do you feel this topic is?”
  • “I’d like you to invite you to stop for a moment and imagine that…(situation)”
  • “Consider this: (subject) may be way more important than you thought…”
  • “Before we start, turn to the person next to you and discuss this question: (question)
  • “What I am about to tell you…is going to change your way of thinking about (subject)
  • “Before we begin, show me your hands if you are familiar with this topic…”
  • “Before we start, take a moment to reflect on this fact:

HANDOUT

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