Every speaker needs a meditation practice. Meditation puts a pause between any stimulus you receive and your reaction.
Meditate in the morning.
This practice will not only change your physiology, it will have a direct effect on your experience of the rest of the day.
Become comfortable with silence.
When you allow yourself to have tension with both an internal monologue and an external silence, this is true training.
Create space for creativity.
In the spaces where there aren’t any noises and silence can be celebrated, this is where creativity can flow.
You need to grow comfortable with silence, allowing for tension between the audience and yourself.Traver Boehm
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