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Courses in Public Speaking – Top 10 Things You Should Know Before Presenting Your Speech
While the exact content or tone of public speeches may vary, many of the top communication skills and techniques are the same. Students that take courses in public speaking tend to learn the following ten tips and techniques, to help improve their confidence and delivery.Setting the Table for Your Speech: Presenting Hospitality
How do you become a true stand-out in your field? Hospitality is the make-or-break ingredient of an amazing restaurant. Speakers and entrepreneurs can implement the four keys of hospitality to wow their customers and audiences.Master the Microphone – Become a More Professional Speaker
Picture Abraham Lincoln, speaking before a crowd of people from a wooden platform under a shade tree or maybe in the hot sun, projecting his voice so that all the people could hear his words. This was the way it was until 1907 when Dr. Lee DeForest invented the microphone. Amateur speakers and entertainers today lose the value of an important tool when they say, “I don’t need a microphone” or “my voice is really loud”. Maybe their refusal to use a microphone is because they don’t know how to use it. Let me give you some tips about the use of a microphone which will make it one of a speaker’s best friends and which will help an amateur become a professional.Transcribing Speeches – Phrases To Avoid
Speech transcription is a valuable tool for keeping a record of what exactly was said at a seminar, classroom lecture or speech. Once the spoken word is turned into a readable format, it becomes easy for listeners to review what they heard. This article advises you on how to transcribe general speeches and seminars.Tips and Techniques for Speeches and Presentations
How to make a speech ‘sizzle’ 1. Preparation – fail to prepare, prepare to fail! -Preparation and practice: research and prepare your speech well in advance and rehearse it at least five times in front of the mirror or until you feel you know it.How to Boost Your Confidence In Public Speaking
Is it true that an introverted person can never be a top trainer? Being an introverted person, I have been training many people over the years and in this article I am going to share with you the techniques I use and hopefully you will benefit from my sharing.Don’t Do Dull-Speak: 12 Tips for a Blitz on Boring
Nobody wants to deliver a boring presentation. Nobody wants to sit through one. Here are 12 ways in which you can make your speeches and presentations come alive.How Can I Use Affirmations To Help Me Create A Public Speaking Career?
I want to have a career with public speaking, but I don’t know what to do? Is it possible? Will I make any money?Tips to Develop Your Public Speaking Abilities
Public speaking is one of the most powerful activities in which a person can engage. Get some tips that will help you become the best public speaker you can be.The ABCs of Creating Concise and Effective Voicemails
Do you dread leaving voicemail messages because you think you ramble or can’t seem to say what you really want? You aren’t the only one! Here are some quick tips that will show you how to deliver a great voicemail that is worth listening to.Lessons From a Former Preacher (About Public Speaking)
A pastor speaks a lot. He or she has a multitude of speaking opportunities – sermons, Sunday school lessons, special meetings, and board meetings just in one week! These engagements don’t automatically make him a good public speaker because practice (or opportunity) doesn’t make you perfect; practice can create ruts where poor skills can settle in. A minister can get comfortable in front of an audience, but that comfort may translate into getting used to (unknowingly) boring people week after week.Um’s and Uh’s: Eliminating Verbal Filler When Presenting
This article describes how to eliminate the dreadful “um” and “uh” from your speech when presenting. Once you have done this, you will be amazed how much concise and clear your message becomes.