“Holes” are places in a speech were information is missing. As you are listening to a speech, you find them by noticing when your brain asks you for follow-up information, such as “HOW did she do that?”; “WHAT was the answer?”; “WHY did he go there?”

This Public Speaking Hack introduces you to this powerful tool for developing content and shows you how to use it.

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