Free Public Speaking Tips
Effective public speaking tips on this page are in the form of a list. This list is what I believe are the more important elements in presentations and public speaking and are very usable in general conversations. Each one of these will link to a fuller explanation of the why, how, when, where and what of the individual elements of good public speaking tips.
My suggestion or gift, as I am inclined to use, is to take one element and use it several times, making sure you get specific feedback on your application of it, until you feel comfortable with your use and only then move to the next one. Step and repeat until you master them all. You must put your stamp on them in your own way for them to be effective. Doing a task each day for 30 days creates a habit and a good habit can pay dividends.
Your List of Tips
- The single most important element of any presentation or speech
- The most important word in speaking
- The first ‘P’
- Develop your Voice
- Structure Strength
- Body Language
- Are you Emotional?
- What do you focus on?
- Seeking Relaxation?
- The Second ‘P’
- Do you feel vulnerable? – Brene Brown
- Silence is Golden
- Eyes the windows to the soul
- The Third ‘P’
- Emotion Communicates
- Analog or Dialogue
- We have Ignition
- You need BALLS
- Inspiration like Clockwork
Making it a habit to focus on an aspect each month requires drive, persistence and the desire to develop your skill beyond the ordinary. No matter how good you think you are or how good others say you are, good is not good enough.
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