A huge part of public speaking is getting the audience to be engaged, interested, and involved. If the audience is engaged, they will more likely pay attention to you and connect with the message you are providing them. When an audience is attentive, you are not just talking at them, you are talking with them. Capturing the attention of an audience is imperative to nailing that award-winning, memorable speech.
I originally met Ginger Hultin, MS, RD, LDN, through social media and then we connected in-person at FNCE 2014. Ginger is an amazing RDN who really knows how to reach the masses by communicating effectively and consistently through all her platforms. She's innovative and inspiring and I've learned a lot so far from her posts, tweets, and blog. – Sarah