Can you think of any memorable talk or presentation you have ever attended? It is sad to know that most of the presentations are easy to forget, especially when the main reason behind the presentation was to communicate something to you.
But if you remember these four basic things, then be assured that your verbal messages will be understood and remembered for long. Though these things may sound somewhat obvious and deceptively simple, they are of immense importance.
You should understand your presentation’s purpose.
Don’t confuse things; keep your message clear and exact.
Be prepared well to face the audience and their questions.
Don’t be monotonous; instead be vivid while giving the speech.
Always be clear about the idea that what do you want to achieve. It is very essential for you to know and understand, before you start working on your presentation or speech, what you want to say, whom you want to approach as your audience and why is it important for them to listen. Ask basic questions to yourself such as whom do you want to speak to, what are their interests, their beliefs and principles, what is common between them and others and how do they differ.
Better Public Speaking
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