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February 03, 2011

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Kathy Reiffenstein

Hi Chris,

Thanks so much for stopping by.

You're absolutely right about a different audience making it a different speech. Being present with our audience, what's going on with them and our interactions with them is the key!

Best,
Kathy

Chris Witt

I think you're spot on.

I often give the same speech again and again, but I always remind myself that it's a completely new speech because it's a different audience.

A speech isn't just what I say. It's what happens in the room -- what I say, how individuals respond, how I respond to their responses, and the connections we make with each other in the process.

Thanks for your insights.

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