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How To Become a Great Public Speaker?

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I am the worst public speaker. My voice gets all shaking and it sounds like I am ready to cry. I think I would have a heart attack if I was forced to do Kareoke! hahaha
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I am the worst public speaker. My voice gets all shaking and it sounds like I am ready to cry. I think I would have a heart attack if I was forced to do Kareoke! hahaha
I used to be the same way but you must do it more often. Stand up in front of family more often and make speeches. Even successful people will tell you the more you do it the easier it gets. Also researching your audience know who you are dealing with.
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You are where you are because of the depth and breadth of your expertise. Your natural inclination will be to impart lots of that knowledge onto your audience. Resist it! Otherwise, you’ll bore and overwhelm your listeners with details they’ll never retain.
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Plan appropriately.
Practice.
Engage with your audience.
Pay attention to body language.
Think positively.
Cope with your nerves.
Watch recordings of your speeches.
after focusing at this points you can easily become a great speaker.
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This starts when you are young. I think church helps kids get over the fear of speaking at a very early age. Most religions encourage their children to speak out and it helps when they get older.
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Even if you don't need to make regular presentations Add to My Personal Learning Plan in front of a group, there are plenty of situations where good public speaking skills can help you advance your career and create opportunities. For example, you might have to talk about your organization at a conference, make a speech after accepting an award, or teach a class to new recruits. Speaking to an audience also includes online presentations or talks; for instance, when training a virtual team, or when speaking to a group of customers in an online meeting.
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When you are speaking to a large crowd, you are still talking to one person at a time, just as if you were chatting to the cashier at the food store or a fellow passenger on a plane.
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