Ever heard someone at the lectern read a speech? I mean a dull, boring, lifeless verbalization of just what’s on the paper in front of them, without any attempt to embellish it whatso ever or bring it to life?
My guess is probably … more often than you’d like to admit. And what does it do for you? Probably not much. It’s forgettable, right?
Well, it doesn’t need to be that way.
In the world of professional narrators lives the marked script. Now, narrators are people who make very lucrative livings off their ability to read a script in front of a microphone naturally.
To do that, they mark up their scripts. A vertical line is a full pause. An underlined word is emphasized. It’s Read More …