The surprising sound of aha and what it means for your next talk …
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Did you ever notice how aha moments often come in silence? Think about it. When a speaker is bombarding the audience with info and never gives them even a second to reflect, how is the aha supposed to happen? Aha moments require silence. Maybe it's just a pause. But at least the audience needs time to reflect and let the aha happen. So, how will you set up your next talk for an aha moment? Keep lighting the path and share this with a friend.