As speakers, we want to create the best speech that we can. In order to do this we can make use of a large number of tools that are available. However, we first have to know about the tools that we have access to and then we need to know how to go about using them. Each of these tasks can be learned.
What You’ll Find Inside:
- *10 TIPS FOR CONQUERING THE FINAL FRONTIER OF SPEAKING: TELEVISION
- * WHY PUBLIC SPEAKERS SHOULD ALWAYS USE NOTES
- * #1 SECRET ALL SUCCESSFUL PUBLIC SPEAKERS KNOW (AND YOU SHOULD TOO)
- *PUBLIC SPEAKING REQUIRES A VOICE THAT PEOPLE WANT TO HEAR
Where we give a speech is something that can be different each time we give a speech. One location that not many of us may have thought of is giving a speech that televised. When we do this, how we go about giving the speech is different from how we normally give speeches.
One of the most important parts of any speech that we give is our voice. However, we have to learn how to listen to ourselves if we want to change how our audience is going to hear our voice. Improving our speech depends on more than just our voice: we need to both practice before giving the speech and then remember to bring notes on the day that we deliver the speech.
Goal setting is a great way to measure our progress in real life. It turns out that it also works when we are trying to improve how we speak. If we ever get good enough at this speaking thing, then there is a chance that we might win an award. If this happens, we’re going to have to know the right way to go about accepting it.
Our speeches can be long and filled with a number of different important ideas. If we find ourselves in a situation where the exact words that we say and the order in which we say them is important, then we may need to use a teleprompter. This is a powerful tool, but we need to take the time to learn how to get the most out of it.
For more information on what it takes to be a great public speaker, check out my blog, The Accidental Communicator, at: www.TheAccidentalCommunicator.com