Unless you can afford to present a grand production, the best you can do is to pick the right words to recreate scenes, settings, characters and events in their minds.
Sharing your personal journey of struggle, growth or success is a sure-fire way to get them engaged. Make sure you deliver the story in a way that it resonates with audiences from various generations, genders and cultures.
Take your audience on a roller-coaster ride of emotions – excite them, touch their hearts and leave them reeling with an unexpected turn of events. Provide them with a one-of-a-kind experience that they will remember for a long time; not just in their minds but also in their hearts.
One of the main reasons that audiences become involved in a story is because of conflict. Conflicts provide just the right tension and suspense to leave your audience asking, “What happens next?”
With the characters being the main ingredient of your story, it is important to create personas that the audience can relate to. Characters should act as an emotional investment that engages your audience and gets everyone empathising with your story.
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