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Public speaking<br />“According to most studies, peoples number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? That means that the average person, if you go to a funeral, your better off in the casket than doing the eulogy”<br />Jerry Seinfeld<br />
http://uhl2312.blogspot.com/2008/07/i-hate-public-speaking.html<br />Who makes good public speakers?<br />Is it something that only some people posess, or can anyone do it?<br />ANYONE!!!<br />Public speaking is not a gift, it is a skill<br />Some people may be better, but everyone can do it<br />Public Speaking<br />
The key to public speaking? Easy...<br />Be PASSIONATE about what you are talking about<br />HOW!?<br />KNOW your work.<br />Anything can be intresting if your passionate about it<br />Public Speaking<br />
Know the needs of your audience and match your contents to their needs<br />Know your material throughly<br />Put what you want to say into logical sequence<br />Do not waste your audiences time<br />Know what your strong and weak points are<br />How you are being percieved is very important<br />Dress appropiately for the occasion<br />Present the desired image to your audience<br />Public speaking<br />
The following emosian :<br />Pleasant<br />Enthusiastic<br />Confident<br />Proud<br />NOT ARROGANT<br />Public Speaking<br />
Important acting skills<br />Remain calm, and appear relaxed even if you feel nervous<br />Speak slowly, enunciate clearly and show the appropriate emotion and feeling relating to your topic<br />Speak to the person farthest away from you, thus ensures your voice is loud enough<br />Vary the tone of your voice and dramatize if necessary<br />I love the confidence that makeup gives me – Tyra Banks<br />Public Speaking<br />
Talking and walking about with the appropriate hand gesture or facial expression<br />Public speaking is not Public READING, know your material<br />Master your presentation software or props<br />Do not over dazzel contents<br />Do not make the text unreadable<br />Public Speaking<br />
Speak with conviction, persuade your audience<br />Do not read from your notes, an occasional glance is fine, but only as a reminder<br />Adjust and Adapt<br />Maintain sincere eye contact<br />The 3 second rule<br />Public Speaking<br />
Tips on how to adjust and adapt<br />Respond to your audience<br />Watch their body language<br />Humor is a brilljant way to reset their response<br />Talking directly to someone or asking a question to someone<br />Do not overdue this, stay with the work<br />Public Speaking<br />
The art of Pausing<br />Pausing is a very effective skill if used right<br />If you have a serious point or something people might want to ask a question about, use pausing<br />Pausing is NOT waiting<br />Do not wait for something to happen, make people reflect<br />HOW?<br />Facial expression, hand gestures<br />Public Speaking<br />
Handouts and Visual aids<br />Know when is the key<br />If it is something they can read – LATER<br />If it is something they need – WHEN THEY NEED IT<br />Plan well when to use them<br />Do not hand out unneccesary papers and visual tools it will brake their attention<br />Public Speaking<br />
Body language<br />The use of your body should emphasize your emotion<br />Do not over emphasize, it should only be a tool not the show<br />The key tools is your hands, face and shoulders<br />Public Speaking<br />
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