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Day 230: Aerial Act

Some aerial acrobats seem to feel compelled to put on complex displays of death-defying skill.

This, of course, is the best choice when you are do not have enough charisma to hold the audience’s attention through simpler means.

But truly accomplished aerial acrobats know audiences don’t come to see feats of daring and bravery.

They come to see prettiness.

All that whirling and twirling about just makes it harder to enjoy the real show.

As a truly accomplished aerial acrobat, I know what audiences want most from me is eye contact. First I will look right at the audience members in the center.
As a seasoned (and very pretty) aerial acrobat, I know better than to clutter up my show with unnecessary stunts.
Now I will make direct eye contact with the audience members on my right (being sure to hold very still so they can admire prettiness).
Rather, I simply appear and look very pretty so audiences can have maximum enjoyment.
I will finish off the show by making direct eye contact with the audience members on my left. I will wait until all the "oohs" and "aaahs" die down before leaving the stage.
Also, holding quite still helps audience members with cameras to get better pictures, which they can then use to enjoy even more prettiness at home.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

 

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