Interesting article at the BPS Research Digest Blog about therapy being more effective when therapists focus on their clients' strengths.
"They've found that getting psychologists to think about their clients' strengths for a few minutes before a therapy session is great for the quality of the therapist-client relationship and leads to improved recovery for the clients."
It made me wonder if thinking positive thoughts about your audience as part of your preparation ritual might improve the speaker-audience connection and help your audience get more from your presentation.
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