The last rays of sunshine have disappeared below the horizon. The sky is slowly getting darker and the first stars begin to appear. Thousands of eyes are turned skyward . . . waiting . . .
Then brilliance lights up the sky, as a multitude of colorful, fiery explosions appear, recognizing our Nation’s independence.
A successful Moment happens when a series of carefully planned, well-orchestrated triggers, motivate an audience to instantly come together. The same is true for any event. You have one opportunity, one chance to make an impression that has lasting impact and motivates your audience to rally around a common goal.
You want them to feel something–excitement, motivation, inspiration.
Whether you are enjoying the nation’s largest 4th of July pyrotechnic event in New York City, or attending your hometown Independence Day Celebration, the expectations are the same . . . we are all waiting for the Moment, the first explosion of color in the night sky.
There are no “do overs” when it comes to emotional impact. Your can’t ask everyone to leave and return later so that you can try again. No question, you only have one chance. Don’t miss the Moment!
A Moment isn’t always a firework’s display or a stage performance. A Moment may happen in everyday life. Someone important in your life is excited about something that just happened . . . are you listening?
Planning and awareness can create memorable moments that are worth celebrating. Make the most of YOUR Moment!