Good cruise ship storytellers make a connection with their target demographic.
I am old. The people on cruise ships are still old enough to be MY parents. Really.
One of the staff on board my recent cruise ship told me that the average age of a cruise to Hawaii was 82!
Yup, they could be my parents.
When telling a story as part of your cruise ship lecture/seminar you will want to keep in mind that this is your audience.
Indeed you can tell them about anything, because they will be interested, but you will want to tell them in such a way that your grandmother could understand.
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Try capacity, remote computing, a big computer and getting started.
It’s a long talk for the cruise ship lecturer and the listener when there is a disconnect. The speaker can feel that he is not getting through and s/he can see a glazed look in the eyes of the listeners or the soles of feet as people walk out.
They are on vacation and they are not about to waste time on something they can’t understand.
Cruise ship lecturers have good stories to tell. But they are only as good as your audience thinks they are.
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