How to Keep Your Audience Interested? With Jeff Arch
Release Date: 04/05/2016
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Jeff Arch is best known for his Oscar-nominated screenplay, Sleepless in Seattle. He is also a successful Writer, Producer, and Director. Today he engages us in a conversation about storytelling. He shares with us how to keep an audience captivated in a story, what an audience prefers to hear about and how to reach people by speaking to them in their own language. He uses real life stories, illustrating how to get a point across to a child without the child knowing they are being taught a lesson.
[3:35] What’s the most important thing a parent can do for a child?
[12:50] Desire is the key to storytelling. You should know what each character knows in each moment.
[22:24] Success lives at the apex of faith and preparation.
[35:14] People who make disruptions at seminars need to feel significant.
[42:27] The tough part of a presentation is getting people to show up. It is a presenter's job to keep it interesting.
[46:06] Meeting the needs of your audience’s ego is more important than the group size, their age or their level of education.
[54:42] What’s behind “The 7 elements to a great story”?
[1:01:00] The Lifeonaire message couldn’t be conveyed in a “how to” book. We had to make characters and a story, and then people got our message.
[1:08:40] You reach people by talking to them in their own language.
[1:22:49] In today’s world, the first ten things anybody wants to hear about, is about them.
[1:31:00] You can get through 20 layers of filters when you simply listen to someone.
[1:38:50] All we need to do is to be kind to each other. Sometimes that is really, really hard to do.
[1:41:29] Children will learn better if you use stories to educate them.
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