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Blog 3 (public speaking)

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    • for Public Speaking Ten Tips
      • You have to know the material which you are going to present. Pick a topic you are interested in and know more about it and your include it in your presentation. You also can include humor, your story or conversation. This way you won’t easily forget what to say.
      Mastering Your Material
      • Practice your speech with all equipments, time, and your words. Also calculated your time to take a breath and the unexpected things.
      Keep Practice
      • Greet some of the audience members as they arrive. It is easier to speak to a group of friends than to strangers.
      Knowing Your Audience
      • You have to check the room situation before you go to present your material. Arrive early, walk around the speaking area and practice using the microphone and any visual aids.
      Room Situation
      • Calm down and take a breath before you begin to speak to your audience. If you are nervous while your facing the audience, just smile to them.
      • Confidence is the important part in public speaking. Imagine yourself speaking, your voice loud, clear and confident. Visualize the audience clapping. It will boost your confidence.
      Build The Confidence
      • Don’t focused on one or two audiences, but you have to focused on all of the audiences. Face to their eyes, it can make you lose your nervousness.
      Focused on All Audiences
      • For any nervousness or problem, the audience probably never noticed it. Therefore, don’t make yourself shame with the apologize, it just will show your nervousness.
      Don't Apologize
      • Don’t forget to tell your message or your purpose from your presentation. Strong message will state your presentation succeed or not and a message can make your presentation become has a meaning that make your audience interested in your presentation.
      Tell Your Message
      • Mainly, your speech should represent you as an authority and as a person. Experience builds confidence, which is the key to effective speaking.
      Gain Experience
    • Thank you