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Overcoming Anxiety to Be an Effective Public Speaker

Public speaking is considered as the most frightening experience a person will ever have. But that’s not true. That fright can be easily removed as soon as you read the following tips in effective public speaking.

Dos and Don’ts of Public Speaking

One of the most challenging acts you’ll ever do is to speak in front of a crowd. For instance, public speaking will almost reveal your personality which will be noticed by a number of people in front of you. In order to overcome such fear and pressure, and to have a successful speaking session, here are some tips in public speaking for your utmost consideration.

Five Tips to Planning a Presentation

When planning a presentation you need to make sure you have all the correct information, that you know exactly what it is you are going to be talking about and that your audio visual production equipment is available and working properly. The key to a successful presentation is in the planning, so don’t feel that you can just turn up on the day and hope for the best.

How to Make Presentations That Audiences Will Love

No one wants to be booed off the stage. But it seems so hard to be able to make a presentation that your audience will love. In this article, I’m going to share a six-point blueprint for making presentations that your audience will love.

Public Speaking: How to Handle Common Equipment Problems

There are some aspects of giving a speech or presentation that are beyond your control. For example, it’s not uncommon for your speaking time to be shortened because previous speakers exceeded their time limits. But many common issues can be prevented or minimized. Here are some potential disasters that can be turned into mere inconveniences depending on how they are handled- either by you or the person in charge of the event. In this article, I will focus on equipment issues. The chances of something not working goes up exponentially with each piece of electronics you are using. Equipment issues are the most likely of all presentation problems…

Why Questions at the End Sucks: The Power of Audience-Led Discussions

You’ve no doubt heard presenters say, “Please hold all questions to the end.” You may even have done it. But it really isn’t a very good idea at all. In this article you’ll discover why taking questions during your presentation is a much better idea.

How to Speak So People Don’t Fall Asleep

Are the snores from your audience drowning out your speech? In this article you’ll discover five hints on how to speak so people don’t fall asleep.

Key Elements of a Persuasive Speech

A persuasive speech is intended to convince your audience to support your position, or to at least be willing to listen to a position that’s different from what they currently believe. This can be a daunting task. People are reluctant to move from a position that are comfortable with, even if you present facts to show them that their position is wrong. If fact, showing them they are wrong can make it even more difficult to get them to change their views! There are some key elements that must be present in any persuasive speech in order for that speech to have any hope of being effective.

Presentation Disasters: Can This Speech Be Saved?

You are excited about the speech you are giving to the Historical Society. You’re prepared. You have 40 slides of photos you took of the city hall during various stages of reconstruction. You have your speech ready, handouts for 50, your PowerPoint slides saved to a flash drive, and you are headed to your speech location with 30 minutes to spare. What could possibly go wrong?

Basic Public Speaking

Public Speaking is an art of oral communication, with specific purposes, open to the knowledge of all or most of the people or to an audience. Public speaking is considered an art but it does not require a highly artistic talent, years of training, masterly technique or artistic soul. It is more a fruit of hard work than gift of birth.

A Speaker, Oh Really?

Many professionals include in their rosters of job expertise “speaker” as one of their skills. Anyone can speak, but speaking effectively requires skills, strategies and competencies as an orator. Too many people classify themselves as speakers lacking any expertise or skills in this field. These self designated speakers would be better off staying home and e-mailing their speech. Doesn’t it make sense that perhaps the largest preparation aspect of every speech should be placed on developing outstanding non verbal communication skills and powerful voice dynamics.

Speaking Tips – Controlling Unconscious Nervous Habits

We all have bad habits – especially when it comes to public speaking. In this article how to control those unconscious nervous habits which can ruin our speech.

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