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  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIPS\nHere are tips that will improve your presentations.\n\n
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  • 3 WAYS GET PEOPLE TO REMEMBER YOUR MESSAGE\n#1 LAW OF PRIMACY AND RECENCY\nStrong Opening\nStrong Closing\n
  • #2 SOMETHING UNUSUAL\nExample: white/blue baseball hat story\n
  • #3 REPETITION\nThis talk, Components, Parts and Elements of a Speech\nMore than several times\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #1\nJOIN TOASTMASTERS\nGreat place to learn the basics with lots of support.\nVisit several clubs before joining because they each have their own distinct qualities.\n
  • EXTRA TIPS FOR PRESENTATIONS\nMIND MAPPING\nNon-linear, visual, brain storming tool that brings together the left, linear and right, creative sides of our brain.\nThis is the ‘Swiss Army Knife’ for the Brain.\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • Why better than outlining, or doing in a linear manner\n
  • MIND MAPPING\nThis is a basic mind map with the main subject in the center and sub-topics radiating from the center.\n\nmastermindmapper.com\n
  • MIND MAPPING\nThis is a basic mind map with the main subject in the center and sub-topics radiating from the center.\n\nmastermindmapper.com\n
  • MIND MAPPING\nThis is a basic mind map with the main subject in the center and sub-topics radiating from the center.\n\nmastermindmapper.com\n
  • MIND MAPPING\nThis is a basic mind map with the main subject in the center and sub-topics radiating from the center.\n\nmastermindmapper.com\n
  • MIND MAPPING\nThis is a basic mind map with the main subject in the center and sub-topics radiating from the center.\n\nmastermindmapper.com\n
  • MIND MAPPING\nThis is a basic mind map with the main subject in the center and sub-topics radiating from the center.\n\nmastermindmapper.com\n
  • MIND MAPPING\nThis is a Speaker’s Template\n\nmastermindmapper.com\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #3\nHANDOUTS\nDon’t hand them out unless workshop\nThey become a distraction to your talk\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #4\nHUMOR\nIf done well, can be like icing on a cake.\nTough\nIf say I’ll be funny and not, they’ll be laughing at me rather than with me.\n Self-effacing humor\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #5\nPROPS\nCan enhance\nRule\nPut away when finished\nExample: Hat speech - Each hat indicates a ‘Hat’ we wear in our lives\nSometime best prop is NONE - Example - Picture your favorite Coffee Cup\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #1\n“B” Button\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #6\nPRACTICE\nMalcolm Gladwell - 10,000 hours to be an expert - Michael Phelps\nPractice makes perfect - Perfect practice makes perfect - Road to perfection never ends.\nPractice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good.  \nIt’s the thing you do that makes you good.\n\nPractice in mirror, video, audio, friends and family. Join Toastmasters.\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #7\nTIMING\nRespect the program and time of others\nHave talk in modules\nMind Mapping\n\nExample: Someone looking at watch\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #8\nBUZZ WORDS\nNO buzz words or jargon\nYou won’t impress an audience - you’ll lose them.\nSimple is best\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #1\n“B” Button\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #9\nCOTTON MOUTH\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #9\nWATER\nFor cotton mouth\nRoom temperature - NOT ice water, NOT hot tea of coffee\nLozenges\nNOT cherry - red tongue\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #10\nCONSTANTLY take TEMPERATURE of the audience\nFacial Expressions\nBody language\nASK - ‘Does that make sense?’\nMay have to re-state in a different manner\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #10\nQUESTIONS\nNOT after conclusion\nThe CONCLUSION is the CONCLUSION - Periond.\nThroughout talk or time set aside for them\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #11\nREFRESH\nOne of the only things in life that’s certain is – Change.\nIntroduction, Opening, Speech, Closing -Is it time to Update Them?\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #1\n“B” Button\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #12\nDigital Recorder\nRecord ideas for speeches.\nRecord speeches.\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #13\nWARM UP THE AUDIENCE\nHave a Show Before the Show’\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #14\nCUSTOMIZE \nIntroduction\nPresentation\n\nBe AUDIENCE CENTERED\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #15\nBRANDING \nSignature Close\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #16\n‘STUFF’ Happens!\nHave a ‘Plan A’, ‘Plan B’, and even a ‘Plan C’\n\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #17\nConnect EMOTIONALLY with your audience\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #18\nARRIVE EARLY!\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #18\nARRIVE EARLY!\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #19\nLast minute mirror check\n
  • RULE of THREE - Roy Peter Clark\n“We use One for power.  \nUse Two for comparison, contrast.  \nUse Three for completeness, wholeness, roundness.  \nUse Four or more to list, inventory, compile, and expand.\n
  • EXTRA SPEAKING TIP #20\nPOWER POINT\nWhat DIDN’T you see in my slides?\nLots of text and bullet points - “YOU supply the text!” \nReading text doesn’t reinforce message, it confuses it.\nDon’t use fancy build-ins, build outs and transitions\n\nCLEAN and SIMPLE is best\n\nThe ‘B’ Button\n
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  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • ‘DEATH BY POWERPOINT’ DEMO\n
  • The text on the screen does not reinforce the message - it competes, confuses, and complicates it! \n\n
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  • QUESTIONS\nMy question to you. Do you GET IT?\nWhat is your take-away?\nOne question “If you had to give just one piece of advice to someone who wants to learn Public Speaking, what would it be?\nSpeak!\n
  • CONCLUSION\nWhat I told\nClosing\n
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  • FRED E. MILLERFred@NoSweatPublicSpeaking.com NoSweatPublicSpeaking.com 314-517-8772
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  • FRED E. MILLERFred@NoSweatPublicSpeaking.com NoSweatPublicSpeaking.com 314-517-8772