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When you’re putting together your message, it can be confusing to know when to use “we” versus “I,” and where to put the focus on “you.” In this week’s blog you’ll find some simple tips to help you decide what could work best for you.
At regular intervals in your speech, throw out a question not answerable by a simple “yes” or “no”—and seek out responses from your audience.