Motivational Speaker Training: Voice and Communication SkillsMotivational Speaker Training Expert - Dave VanHoose 7-Figure Speaking Empire<br />
Motivational Speaker Training Tip #1:<br />I used to sit in the back of the room and within two to three minutes of listening to a motivational speaker, I could tell you exactly how many sales the motivational speaker was going to close by the speaker’s voice, inflection, tonality, their pitch. I became an expert at truly hearing someone’s voice. Why is the voice of a motivational speaker so important? Only three percent of persuasion is through words. 97 percent is through voice inflection, your physiology, all the other things besides the actual words that you use as tools as a motivational speaker. <br />
Motivational Speaker Training :Tip #2<br />Most motivational speakers are very monotonous. And people get really, really bored. One of the things I have you do in motivational speaker training is, once you have your presentation memorized, is you have to practice bringing the presentation up and down and varying your tone of your motivational speaking voice. I’ll share with you this motivational speaker training secret. Before I go on stage, I listen to dance music. <br />There are a couple of reasons why I do this as a motivational speaker. One is a mind/mental trigger.<br />No matter what mood I am in, I put one song on and BOOM, I’m ready to get on stage, totally motivated; I’m in my motivational speaking mindset. I know I’m going to perform and I know I’m going to sell $1,000 a head. The second thing is that I get that rhythm in my mind. Once I have the rhythm, I sing the song using the words from my motivational speking presentation. I sing my presentation. It doesn’t matter if I sing on key or not, I am just using the notes to get myself used to varying my speed and pitch so I will remember to do so when the time comes to give the motivational presentation on stage. <br />
Motivational Speaker Training Tip #3<br />Another great tool I teach as a motivational speaker training expert is that one way to get really behind your presentation is just to Stop. And pause. This is more powerful than anything. You build it up, build it up, build it up. Then just stop. You can count in your head if you want, one to five. Then move on. Use the silence to emphasize a motivational message point. Being comfortable in that silence shows the audience that you have confidence in yourself and your abilities. <br />
Speaker Training Tip #4Motivational :<br />Vary Your Pitch and Speed<br />As a motivational speaker training expert, I can tell you that your tonality is extremely important, so remember to bring your voice up and down. When you get to something very important, talk in a deeper voice. Bring your voice down. Then bring your voice back up. Your rhythm is very important. Speed creates urgency. Slowing down encourages the audience to listen carefully. Motivational speaker training is all about teach students the nuances.<br />
Motivational Speaker Training Tip #5:<br />Speak Clearly <br />You would think that this goes without saying but I have seen so many speakers make this mistake. Sometimes it is a result of the motivational speaker being nervous; sometimes it’s a lack of energy. But you must be very clear when you communicate. One way to ensure that you are clear is to control your breathing. <br /> <br />
Motivational Speaker Training Tip #6:<br />Breath <br />I used to get up on stage and I would hold my breath and I would talk. I would talk but I wouldn’t breathe. This was killing me as a motivational speaker. The most important thing you can do is be aware of your breathing. Breathe in deeply then blow out what you want to say. When you do this, you can project your voice. When you breathe in deeply and project your voice out, it’s always going to come out clear. Always. This will also help save your throat, too so you don’t get sore throats. <br />
Motivational Speaker Training Tip:CONCLUSION<br />There are so many moving parts that go into crafting and delivering a polished and effective talk for a motivational speaker. Fortunately, most of those components can be worked on and mastered offstage. Some of them can only be honed in front of an audience. I have created a master checklist for motivational speaker training so you can break down each component and work on each skill in an orderly fashion until your talk is absolutely as good as it can possibly get. You will find it at the end of my home study kit. <br />
Motivational Speaker Training Expert - Dave VanHoose.7-Figure Speaking Empire<br />
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