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Public Speaking: What If I Goof Up or Make a Mistake?

You have something you’d like to share with the world. You’d like to share your knowledge with other groups and maybe start giving some speeches to service organizations. But, there’s that evil voice in your head saying, “If you speak you’ll screw up and everyone will laugh at you.” Well, that might happen and it might not. But even if you screw up in your speech, it’s not an earth-shattering event.

Take Your Presentation Skills From Good to Great

Firstly, I can tell you that I have seen dramatic changes happen in minutes from people who thought they could never do it and it can happen for you. Secondly, it is a sign of out time that we ignore the physicality of presentation and it is time to readdress it with some expertise.

Course in Public Speaking and Learning the Basics

When you are up in front of a lot of people, the pressure and nervousness sets in. This is normal for a lot of people, but you need to learn how to control it. One of the most effective ways is to take a course in public speaking. Controlling your nervousness can help you deliver a better speech or more important lecture.

Words That Flick Your Turn Off Switch

During meetings, whether they’re one-to-one or group gatherings, there are certain words or phrases that make you want to switch off. If you want to keep your audience switched ON, here are the words/phrases to avoid.

Public Speaking: Help! How Do I Remember What I’m Supposed To Say?

One of the most daunting tasks in presenting a speech is finding a method to remember the material! Usually, memorizing a speech is not recommended for reasons I’ll discuss in a moment. But, at the other extreme, you never want to read your speech. For many people figuring out how to remember what they want to say is more intimidating than standing up to say it.

Public Speaking – Where Should the Thesis Go in a Speech?

In any speech you need to tell the audience what you believe. After all, that’s going to be the point of your speech. That statement is the thesis. But where should the thesis go? In this article you’ll discover the four parts of a speech and which ones include the thesis.

Public Speaking: All Speakers Get Nervous, Face Your Fear and Do It Anyway

We are naturally nervous being in front of an audience. It makes us feel vulnerable and subject to ridicule or rejection. But public speaking is a requirement in almost all jobs at some point. There’s really only one path that allows you to overcome this fear: Preparation and practice. The only way I began to feel more comfortable talking in front of students was being forced to do it 5 days a week.

Can You, God, Help Me To Forgive?

This is a Psalm asking God for help in learning how to forgive. Forgiveness is a unique gift that comes only from the teachings of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. In human history, there is one single person that taught the world how to authentically forgive: JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH.

Getting Ready For a Speaking Presentation

My son lives five hours away from my home but travels with me for professional speaking engagements. He usually arrives a day or two before the scheduled event and we begin strategizing and preparing so that I can be my best.

Learn How To Effectively Communicate

While our appearance is the most important aspect when creating a good impression, the next important element of a creating and maintaining a good impression is one’s ability to communicate effectively. Learning how to effectively communicate our thoughts and ideas keeps others engaged and interested in continuing to getting to know us beyond the initial meeting.

Public Speaking: Less Is More – Knowing When to Stop

The importance of knowing when to stop is as important as picking out the correct words to say, and it’s just as difficult. How many times have you listened to someone speak and thought, “Oh, wow. He was doing great. If he had just stopped before that last sentence.”

Public Speaking: Last Minute Speech Tips

It’s the day before your speech. You are nervous but excited as well. That’s perfectly normal. These tips can help you make the best use of this speaking opportunity whether you volunteered or were volunteered by someone else.

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