AKA Dramatic Emphasis Quick Definition: An technique or focus on a moment in a performance or communication process that adds emphasis to a point, stirring up stronger emotions than usual.
Full Definition: Dramatic effect can be accomplished simply by slowing one’s speech down and adding tonality to a PUA’s voice. It can also be enhanced with body language and hand gestures, as the Italians have done. Over time, a PUA’s normal communication skills can be enhanced by more dramatic effects.
Whether staged or for a performance his every day conversation will also become more charismatic, and people will tend to stop and listen when you talk. By practicing over and over again, the PUA becomes the performer. Julius Cesar and many politicians like Bill Clinton have this effect when giving a speech, as well as talking casually. The power of dramatic gestures and dramatic effects will add more memorable and power influences in seducing women.
Example of obviously staged dramatic effect at the Jerry Springer show:
Usage: When telling the pony story, pause for dramatic effect. Related Links: