Your audience will remember less than 30% of what they hear during your speech or sermon. But they will remember more than 85% of the questions you ask.
By asking questions, you deepen the audience’s understanding of the concepts and thoughts you are sharing. The best questions get the audience thinking about aspects of the subject you are speaking on.
Your questions should not always require answers. Indeed rhetorical questions are known to move the minds of your audience from passive to active mode.
For instance, if you were making a presentation on “Public Speaking” you could set the audience thinking and get them very involved by asking a question like, “Have you ever wondered why so many people converse freely but fear public speaking so much?”
This post was picked from the Facebook Timeline of Abert Ocran, an international motivational speaker, author and minister with a passion for challenging people to reach their full potential and live out their God-given dreams. He serves as Executive Pastor at ICGC Christ Temple. He is the Co-Founder of Combert Impressions and Lead Consultant and Chairman of Legacy & Legacy, a human capital development firm.
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