The Art of Public Speaking: How to Improve Communication Skills and Interpersonal Skills With Public Speaking Tips and Effective Communication Training, Malibu Publishing, Robert Montgomery
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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

Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 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 Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 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 Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
But even more than what you are saying, how you are saying it is having an even bigger impact.
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
imagine how you could ever be that much larger than life is mind boggling.
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
when you open up to a group of people about your feelings and your past, they embrace you emotionally and that presentation becomes personal to them
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
The way to grab a hold on this powerful psychological principle is simply to give them more of you in every aspect of your talk.
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
Keep every aspect of the presentation relevant to the central theme.
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
introduction, the opener, the personal introduction, the statement of the "problem", three to five points of the body of the speech, the summary and the closer or the call for action again depending on the purpose of the speech
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
a speech might be designed to convince, to sell, to entertain or to inform
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
that you can read about all day long but you don't get good at it until you get good at it.
Betty Santiz
Betty Santizhas quoted2 years ago
The group has no ears. You are speaking to several individuals.
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
An audience wants to hear "from" you, not just hear you read.
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
And because you actually expect the unexpected, you can capture strange things that happen to demonstrate your management of the time you have to speak to the crowd
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
what is in that outline.
The more you have that outline and the details of your presentation in your mind, the more confident you will be in front of a crowd
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
If your talk has good content, enthusiasm, good points to lead up to solving the problem and closes strong, not only will you feel great about it, your audience will applaud the job you did. And won't that be a nice way to end a public speaking exercise for you
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
As you begin to speak, put energy and excitement, humor and personality into that text
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
Many speakers use a simple clue like "Let me point out, and I am closing with this..." to give the audience the signal that the presentation is almost done. This is common courtesy and a professional way to conduct a presentation. And if you treat the audience with respect like this by telling them what you are going to do, do it and then tell them you did it, you will be a speaker that will get good reviews and invited back for more presentations frequently.
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
structure. It goes like this...
. Tell them what you are going to do. . Do what you said you were going to do. Tell them you did it.
This simple outline may be overly simplistic but it is the heart of what makes a good presentation work. And the simplicity also helps you stay focused under the pressure of a public speaking situation. So any tool that can do that is a good one
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
The pause is actually a very powerful communications tool that if you can master it, you can use it to make points, add drama or just wake up an audience that may have begun to doze off on you.
Meri Barsegyan
Meri Barsegyanhas quoted2 years ago
So if you speak to them as though they are one person, not a crowd, your presentation will be warm and personal and very successful. And the crowd will like you to which helps a lot
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