Malibu Publishing,Robert Montgomery

The Art of Public Speaking: How to Improve Communication Skills and Interpersonal Skills With Public Speaking Tips and Effective Communication Training

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People who make their living researching what frightens people the most have made a pretty amazing discovery. Consistently when people list the top five things they are afraid of in life, they have are some pretty intimidating terrors. But you would think that death would rank number one on that list. But death doesn't take number one, it has to settle for number two. Amazingly, the number one thing that terrifies most people is not death, it is public speaking. A popular comedian once said that this means that people would rather be the guy in the casket at a funeral than the guy giving the eulogy.

If you have ever been in a meeting listening to a speaker, you can usually tell if they are terrified. They will get up there and you will see that 'deer in the headlights" look. You know that look. It is one of extreme fear, panic, and terror so profound that the person is frozen in place unable to speak of move.
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    Meri Barsegyanshared an impression3 years ago

    If you need to organize in your mind the public speaking steps and methods, definitely worth reading! 👌🏿


    Betty Santizhas quoted3 years ago
    , want to know a secret?" You are dying to hear that secret. That is the attitude you will see in your audience when you get up there not only well prepared but excited to tell them what is in that outline.

    The more you have
    Betty Santizhas quoted3 years ago
    When selecting the perfect opening humorous story, use two criteria to select just the right illustration. First select a story that links to the problem to be solved by the presentation. If the problem is an abstract tone such as spiritual hunger or political theory, that can be tricky. But try to get close with the illustration, at least close enough that you can have a transition ready to take the audience from the story to the concept you wish to discuss first.
    Betty Santizhas quoted3 years ago
    But even more than what you are saying, how you are saying it is having an even bigger impact.

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