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What to Do When Your Audience Is Unresponsive to Your Message

Have you encountered in your training that your participants are unresponsive to your message? What did you do in that situation? In this article, I am going to share with you my way to handle the above situation and I hope you will find my experience sharing insightful.

The Advice You Need To Know Before Doing A Poetry Reading

Many people think that it can’t be difficult to read a poem. After all, it’s just words on a piece of paper. Most people’s fear of public speaking comes from not knowing what to say, and with reading poetry aloud, the words are all there for you! So reading poetry in public must be easy-right? In fact, reading a poem aloud can be very challenging to do well.

Tips on Acing Your Next Public Speaking Engagement!

Have you ever had to speak in front of a group or even at a board meeting and you nearly lost your lunch?? I have! But I am hear to tell you that you can overcome that fear and learn to enjoy speaking at public events!!

Speaking Confidently Without Speaking – The Importance of Body Language

It is a surprising fact that body language accounts for 55% of human communication. Posture, facial expressions, and gestures (or lack thereof) can convey either confidence or nervousness. Because body language is so important, bad posture or other poor habits can do a lot of damage to your credibility and your listener’s ability to hear the message you’re trying to convey. Check yourself from time to time to make sure you’re strengthening your message through your own body language.

How to Speak Clearly and Confidently

Speaking clearly and confidently can make all the difference to how your message is received and how other people perceive you. But if you clam up and start mumbling at the slightest provocation then that won’t help you or the message you want to get across. Fortunately, speaking clearly and confidently is an art you can learn.

Rules of Public Speaking – Use These Effective Rules for Success

How many of you will set up your own rules with your participants before you start presenting your topic? In this article, I am going to share with you three rules I have been using recently and I would love to hear your comments or feedback.

When Throat Clearing Interferes With Your Delivery in Public Speaking

If you do some research on the internet about excessive throat clearing, you will find a host of remedies, elixirs, cures and magic potions that promise to fix the problem. Certainly it is important to have a lubricated throat when you speak. Also true is the fact that certain prescriptive medications, asthma, acid reflux (gerd) and severe lung disease can produce a dry throat or the opposite – too much phlegm.

Public Speaking 101 – The Importance of Pitch and Voice Control

In this article, I am going to share with you two lessons I learnt from a recent training I attended. Pitch and voice control is another important aspect in public speaking. Using the right pitch and voice volume will allow you to fully engage your participants and create a conducive learning environment for them.

How to Overcome Hesitation While Public Speaking

Imagine one of your participants asks you a question that may seem to be difficult to handle and you do not know what to do. How would you feel as a trainer? In this article, I am sharing with you three useful tips to help you to overcome this challenge.

Making a Speech Does Not Have to Be Torture!

To a large extent the best weapon to fight the fear of public speaking is self-confidence. Here are some tips to help build greater self-confidence when you have been asked to make a speech.

Public Speaking for Beginners – Persuasive Oral Presentation Tips – Part II

In Part II of this series, I will continue sharing with you my tips to help you to make your oral presentation more persuasive and powerful. These tips are based on my experience and I hope you will find these tips useful to you.

How to Eliminate Excessive Throat Clearing in Public Speaking

There is no doubt about it. Constant clearing of the throat is annoying for both you, the speaker, and your audience. So how do you solve this problem?

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