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= I N F O T E N P R I N C I P L E S O F P U B L I C S P E A K I N G Presentation Transcript

  • 1. TEN PRINCIPLES...
    • ...OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • 2. PRINCIPLE #1
    • SCHMOOZE BEFORE SPEAKING
  • 3. PRINCIPLE #2
    • FOLLOW THE “90/10 RULE”
  • 4. PRINCIPLE #3
    • TEWYGTE / TE / TEWYTE
  • 5. MUSHY ICE CREAM… Or a LUSCIOUS SUNDAE??
  • 6.
    • BUILD OUT FROM THE MIDDLE
    PRINCIPLE #4 2. MAIN POINTS 1. GENERAL TOPIC 3. INTRODUCTION 4. CONCLUSION
  • 7.
    • ALWAYS USE “EXTRAS”
    PRINCIPLE #5
  • 8.
    • USE STRONG BOOKENDS
    PRINCIPLE #6
  • 9.
    • KEEP THE PINBALL HOPPING
    PRINCIPLE #7
  • 10.
    • KNOW YOUR MUST’S, MAY’S, AND MIGHT’S
    PRINCIPLE #8 MAY’S MUST’S Might Might Might
  • 11.
    • USE “METHOD ONE” OR “METHOD TWO” WHEN SPEAKING OFF THE CUFF
    PRINCIPLE #9 1 2
  • 12.
    • DON’T BE A QUEEG IN Q & A
    PRINCIPLE #10
  • 13. TO PREPARE FOR Q & A…
    • Know your material
    • Compose a positive attitude
    • Identify your 2-4 main points
    • Create some “bridges”
  • 14. Consider Why People Ask Questions
    • To get more information about what you’ve said
    • To see if they’ve understood
    • To share their own knowledge
    • To challenge or dispute