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1. If you tell the audience the same message repeatedly, in what circumstance would they still not remember it?
If you tell them three times in a row.
When the message is delivered in a boring, linear way.
When the message is not explained properly.
2. When can it be more effective to tell the audience a message only once instead of repeatedly?
When it is bad news.
In all circumstances.
When the message is told once with interesting and relevant examples, imagery and stories that capture the audience’s attention and memory.
3. Should you never repeat a message more than once?
You should never repeat a message more than once.
You can repeat a message more than once for emphasis, as long as you use interesting examples and stories instead of sounding like a broken record.
You can repeat a message more than once if you feel it is an important point in your speech.
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