Public Speaking: Using Audience Gags for Fun

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There are many ways a public speaker can have fun with an audience. Don’t be afraid to incorporate some audience gags to help get your points across during your public speaking presentation. The False Guest Speaker Use this gag to reduce pressure in the public speaking audience or to just have some fun. Customize this stunt for the group and ask an insider to give you some buzzwords and current issues. Place your own heckler in the audience.

Public Speaking Gags - He Tripped Me!

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And now for the ultimate audience gag. I do an old, old banquet gag that I recycled for the 90s.I When I started speaking more and more to business audiences I wanted to find a way to incorporate this outrageous routine. Now Cuss Your Lunch is a live training session on customer service, but the participants don't know it. I get the company to arrange an appreciation luncheon for the managers or employees of the customer service division.

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Public Speaking - He Tripped Me!

Great Public Speaking

And now for the ultimate audience gag. I do an old, old banquet gag that I recycled for new speaking gigs. When I started speaking more and more to business audiences I wanted to find a way to incorporate this outrageous routine. Now Cuss Your Lunch is a live training session on customer service, but the participants don't know it. I get the company to arrange an appreciation luncheon for the managers or employees of the customer service division.

Public Speaking: He Tripped Me!

Great Public Speaking

And now for the ultimate audience gag. I do an old, old banquet gag that I recycled for the 90s.I When I started speaking more and more to business audiences I wanted to find a way to incorporate this outrageous routine. Now Cuss Your Lunch is a live training session on customer service, but the participants don't know it. I get the company to arrange an appreciation luncheon for the managers or employees of the customer service division.