Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Great Hooks to Start Great Lessons

You have seconds, perhaps 90 seconds, to capture your listener's attention. People can look remarkably attentive and not be listening to you at all. I encourage you to work hard to develop strong openings -- I call them hooks.

Check out this free report I wrote about creating powerful hooks for your lessons.

Also, watch how others start lessons, sermons, speeches -- what's effective, what's not? Learn, and sharpen your ability to teach to change lives.

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