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Amazines Free Public Speaking Article Archive for April 2010

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1. Why the Pause is Invaluable in Public Speaking
May 05, 2010

Sometimes it appears that there is just too much to think about, to be aware of, and to focus upon in public speaking. While that may seem true at first, if you allow yourself to pause during your delivery, you will discover one of the most important aids when delivering a speech or presentation. Talking non-stop is ineffective for both you and your listeners. To be bombarded by constant verbiage is tiring. They need breaks and so do you. If you allow yourself to pause, you will find yourself much more relaxed and better able to focus on your thoughts. That 2-second break, albeit br... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels | Article Views: 267

2. Become an Expert Motivational keynote speaker
May 05, 2010

When you plan to start your career as a speaker then you will have to be sure about your decision as you have to have a lot of determination if you want to be a professional speaker. You will have to know what you are going to talk about fully as you might face a lot of questions from the listeners. Sometimes you have to be very much interactive and under stand the mind of people who are listening to what you are speaking. You might have to reflect the minds of the listeners in a few cases just to make them feel related to the topic that you are discussing about. Have you ever thought ab... (read more)

Author: Sabrina Jose | Article Views: 201

May 01, 2010

With all of the hoopla associated with the growth of social media, some of us in the PR New York world have lost sight of who we are. We are public relations firms operating in the PR New York world and not technology firms as some would have it. Whether it is PR New York or someplace else, public relations is all about creating dialogues with a client’s target audience regardless of the medium employed. Believing a revolution is at hand and not wanting to miss the boat, companies will often grab at every social media vehicle available regardless of whether it makes sense or not. To be... (read more)

Author: Kevin Waddel | Article Views: 217

4. Why You Should Not Memorize the Body of Your Speech or Presentation
April 30, 2010

At a workshop I was holding in Toronto, one of the participants proceeded to deliver part of a rote, memorized persuasive presentation. This man, who I will call Bill, told us that he was a ‘professional’ speaker and that his presentations lasted 90 minutes. Luckily for us, he was only allowed to speak for 8-9 minutes; however, it took just 5 minutes of his memorized script for the attention of the group to begin to fade, as their eyes glazed over. What was so interesting about Bill’s delivery was that at one point, he forgot a word. He then looked up to the ceiling, trying to capture ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels | Article Views: 345

5. Furtive Glances Are Not the Same As Making Eye Contact with Your Audience
April 30, 2010

If you have trouble making eye contact with your audience, I suggest you make every attempt to change that practice. A young lawyer with whom I was working would glance about the room, briefly looking at someone and then immediately glancing at someone else, never actually seeing any of us in his audience. At first, you would think he was making eye contact but as he continued in this pattern, you realized that he saw no one in his audience. A furtive glance tells your listeners that you have something to hide. At the lectern, it means that: 1. you are not comfortable with public... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels | Article Views: 250

6. The 3 Causes of Breathlessness in Public Speaking and How to 'Cure' It
April 18, 2010

One of the most common complaints I hear from clients is that they run out of air at the lectern. If this is a problem for you, let me ask you a question. Do you experience breathlessness in normal conversation? Your answer is probably No. If you do not run out of air when you are speaking to friends, family or co-workers, then you should not be breathless at the lectern. The causes of lack of air are as follows: 1. You do not think to breathe. 2. You are waiting until you come to the end of a sentence to take a breath. 3. Nervousness is sapping your air supply. The cure ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels | Article Views: 236

7. Are Speeches and Presentations One and the Same?
April 18, 2010

While both the speech and the presentation have the exact same layout – opening, development, and closing – they are two different formats, requiring two different types of delivery. More than likely, you will read a speech. A presentation, on the other hand, should never be read. It is spoken. Speeches are much more formal and tend to be shorter than the presentation. The latter often includes visual aids which are not typically found with a speech. President Obama gives speeches; Zig Ziglar gives presentations. If you are planning to toast the bride, deliver a eulogy, acce... (read more)

Author: Nancy Daniels | Article Views: 211

8. What's Special with Women Motivational Speakers?
April 09, 2010

Motivation is something that we have been getting right from the beginning of our life from our parents and dear ones but then we tend to miss a lot of such good stuffs when we grow up and don’t most often get them when we need them the most. We might have to seek help of people who have come out of a problem or a slight depression successfully with flying colors like a butterfly. You might have to go to motivational speakers who would trigger off your self confidence once more and encourage you the right way. You might have felt that your team is not like before and needs some thrust to drive... (read more)

Author: Rhonda Victoor | Article Views: 168


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