[Nfbc-info] how can I do this

Brandon Keith Biggs brandonkeithbiggs at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 19:40:36 UTC 2014

Hello Lisa,
What will be expected of you?
Will you need to seat people, will you need to hand out programs, will 
you be directing traffic?
What ever the case, I would walk the auditorium before hand so you can 
understand where everything is and get grounded.
Then I would look for a place to stand. The person in charge may have 
their opinions of where you are to stand, so ask them first.
Other than that, you just be really big when you greet people, so they 
know you are talking to them. Be very loud and assertive so if there is 
no one there, the people behind where you thought the people were think 
you are talking to them. If there is no one, no one will notice. But 
this is almost never a problem. The only annoying part is when people 
walk past quietly. But this should be a festive event, so most people 
should be talking. Don't worry about people if they walk past you, they 
didn't want to talk to you.

Brandon Keith Biggs <http://www.brandonkeithbiggs.com/>
On 12/22/2014 8:30 PM, Lisa Irving via Nfbc-info wrote:
> Hello All,
> I've been asked to be a greet at a Christmas Eve service. I don't know how
> to make this work because I am pretty much unable to see other people.
> Please let me know how I can do this job.
> Thank you.
> Lisa
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