Five incredible speaking tips to help you speak with confidence


2 day Presentation Public Speaking Survival Course

2 day Presentation Public Speaking Survival Course


Incredible Speaking Tips by Diane Shawe M.Ed

A great presenter has two unique qualities: appropriate skills and personal confidence. This confidence comes from knowing what you want to say and being comfortable with your communication skills. Mastering these skills will make you a better speaker and presenter

Use these tips to create your own winning talk:

1. Know your audience. Think about what people are interested in, not in what you want them to be interested in. For instance, if your going to  speak to an audience about  money, it would be safe to assume that a vast majority of the  audience would want to know how to increase their wealth. So if you have created wealth people would naturally be interested in how you achieved this and not want to listen to how someone else achieved it.

2. Know your message. If you don’t have a key principle or point to convey, your talk will drift aimlessly and your speech will come across as empty.

3. Have stories to illustrate your points. Stories entertain as well as educate. Learn how to stuff your presentation with delightful and humorous stories that happened to illustrate your key points. Delivering your principles or message without stories will make you sound lifeless and boring. Breathe life into your speech with relevant stories.

4. Use visual props. Regardless of the mindless machine raging against power points, they can help to prompt you, appeal to visual learners and support additional materials to add value of keeping people interested.

5. End with a bang. Psychologists say people will remember the opening and the ending of your talk more than any other part of your speech. If you want people to remember you, end your presentation on a memorable note. I like to tell stories that inspire people.


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