Red Dot Lessons - Part 2
In this article series, you will learn 5 ways to use movement to help you communicate more powerfully to your audiences. We will discuss how movement is used to give your stories separate locations.
Give your stories separate locations (3 videos)
The speaker shares three stories: one is with her girlfriends in a home, the second is with her boyfriend, and the third is with her girlfriends on vacation. Here she has the ability to use the front and the back of the Red Dot to identify each of her stories
Position E represents her Monday night ritual, when she meets at girlfriend’s house to pile on the couch and share about their week. (video)
After the evening is done, she walks to the front of the Red Dot, Position F, to indicate that she has now shifted to another location, where she will interact with her boyfriend. (video) . In her third story, the location shifts to a vacation apartment in France. What remains the same, however, is a couch at Position E, where she can repeat the experience of sitting and sharing with her girlfriends.
By establishing these two story locations, the presenter identifies a place where she can go in order to weather a crisis or an emotional storm. When she tells her third story, a crisis arrives that leaves her in a state of emotional turmoil. (video) While in the midst of turmoil, she is able go back to a safe place, on a coach with her girlfriends where she finds support and connection.
Anthony Lee, founder of the Heroic Voice Academy, trained Baya Voce for her TEDx presentation, The Simple Cure for Loneliness. This TEDx talk illustrates what is possible when presenters learn how to integrate stage movement, helping audiences learn, care, and take action,
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