Just a few weeks ago, I was on stage giving a speech to a few hundred people in Boston. Someone in the audience, I can only assume, was looking at my shoes. Another may have been looking at my jeans, or eyeing my body language, studying my rolled up sleeves.
This kind of exposure happens on every stage. Keep in mind, a stage can be wherever you’re standing right now.
We walk through life forgetting there’s someone watching. There’s someone looking at our every move. The question is, then, what will you do with that?
Some people, when they have a microphone, say something worth saying. Others don’t realize they have a microphone. Wherever you are, you’re on a stage and someone is watching.
Don’t take that for granted.