In part 2 of my series on Stories that get standing ovations I share a “to-don’t.” It follows on the heals of my previous video where I suggested you bring in feelings in and emotions so your audience can experience what the characters experienced. Today, I have suggestions for allowing your audience to interpret their own reactions and feelings. In other words, don’t tell them how to feel. Confusing? Maybe a little – listen in and join me on a snowshoe in the woods and I’ll explain:
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