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3 Lessons from Winston Churchill on How to Present - 60 Second Visual Summary

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What are some of the important lessons public speakers can learn from Winston Churchill?

It took Churchill years to perfect his speaking skills. He practiced until he perfected. There is no way to instantly hack this process, but speaker’s can learn some valuable lessons from watching and studing Churchill’s techniques.

Ethos3, a communications agency, posted an article, “Presentation Lessons from Winston Churchill”, exploring some of his methods. We’ve summarized the article visually, giving you three techniques to consider using in your next talk.

See more here: http://speakerhub.com/blog/3-lessons-winston-churchill-how-present-60-second-visual-summary

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3 Lessons from Winston Churchill on How to Present - 60 Second Visual Summary

  1. 1. PRESENTATION LESSONS PUBLISHED BY ETHOS3 SUMMARIZED BY SPEAKERHUB WINSTON CHURCHILL'S
  2. 2. He was certainly one of the most influential persons in British history, and his speeches are consistently ranked as the best ever given. WWW. SPEAKERHUB.COM WINSTON CHURCHILL WAS ONE OF THE WORLDS MOST REVERED LEADERS.
  3. 3. HERE ARE THREE WAYS TO SPEAK LIKE CHURCHILL EASTWAY UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES WWW. SPEAKERHUB.COM He put in countless hours of work making his speeches flawless to incite inspiration in a desperate audience.
  4. 4. 1. BE ELOQUENT AND ARTICULATE, BUT ALSO BLUNT AND CONCISE WWW.SPEAKERHUB.COM
  5. 5. The average person has an attention span of 18 minutes. Churchill spoke in short, crisp sentences, which gave his speeches a poignant directness. He got his point across quickly and effectively. WWW.SPEAKERHUB.COM
  6. 6. WWW.SPEAKERHUB.COM 2. EMPHASIZE YOUR SPEECH WITH RHYTHM AND REPETITION
  7. 7. Churchill's speeches’ rhythmic manner caused the audience to hang on his every word, waiting with bated breath for what came next. Repetition reinforced the point he was making. WWW.SPEAKERHUB.COM
  8. 8. 3. USE EXCEPTIONALLY VIVID IMAGERY WWW.SPEAKERHUB.COM
  9. 9. Churchill spoke in a grand, epic way with brilliant words and moving description. Audiences remember engrossing imagery. Use as much vivid imagery as possible. It emphasizes the story aspect of a presentation. WWW.SPEAKERHUB.COM
  10. 10. WINSTON CHURCHILL ETHOS3 INSPIRED BY ARTICLE BY VISUALIZED BY SPEAKERHUB ORIGINAL ARTICLE PUBLISHED BY ETHOS3 MARCH 2013 GET MORE SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES: www. .com

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