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Public Speaking Tips        By Gina Aprilliawati    Source: http://www.psychologytoday.com
Topic:Quiet: The Power of Introverts          by Susan Cain          Note: this tips are also good for                 the...
Preparation is key Take    your    time  crafting          the  speech so that it  flows logically and  is illustrated wi...
THINK ABOUT WHAT YOUR PARTICULAR         AUDIENCE WANTS TO HEAR. Are they craving new  information? Insights? What prob...
WATCH VIDEOS OF SPEAKERS                    As you                     watch, pretend                     you’re the     ...
IF YOU CAN, VISIT THE ROOM WHERE YOU’LL             BE SPEAKING                          Practice standing at the        ...
KNOW YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES           AS A SPEAKER                      If you have a great                       ...
PUBLIC SPEAKING IS A PERFORMANCE,   Think that you are an    actor on a stage
GET A TRANSCRIPT OF THE SPEECH. Study it. How was it  constructed? What kind of opening  and closing were  used? How w...
SMILE AT YOUR AUDIENCE AS THEY ENTER                      THE ROOM   This will make you    feel    relaxed, confident, a ...
GOOD LUCK…….               December, 2011
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Public speaking tips

  1. 1. Public Speaking Tips By Gina Aprilliawati Source: http://www.psychologytoday.com
  2. 2. Topic:Quiet: The Power of Introverts by Susan Cain Note: this tips are also good for the beginner level
  3. 3. Preparation is key Take your time crafting the speech so that it flows logically and is illustrated with stories and examples. Practice it out loud, until you’re comfortable.
  4. 4. THINK ABOUT WHAT YOUR PARTICULAR AUDIENCE WANTS TO HEAR. Are they craving new information? Insights? What problem do they hope to solve? Give them what they want and need.
  5. 5. WATCH VIDEOS OF SPEAKERS  As you watch, pretend you’re the speaker. Get used to what it feels like to have all eyes on you.
  6. 6. IF YOU CAN, VISIT THE ROOM WHERE YOU’LL BE SPEAKING  Practice standing at the podium, looking out into the rows of seats.
  7. 7. KNOW YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES AS A SPEAKER  If you have a great sense of humor, use it. If you’re not a natural cut- up, don’t try to be. Instead, focus on what you do best.
  8. 8. PUBLIC SPEAKING IS A PERFORMANCE, Think that you are an actor on a stage
  9. 9. GET A TRANSCRIPT OF THE SPEECH. Study it. How was it constructed? What kind of opening and closing were used? How were examples presented? How did the speaker engage, inspire and educate the audience?
  10. 10. SMILE AT YOUR AUDIENCE AS THEY ENTER THE ROOM This will make you feel relaxed, confident, a nd connected.
  11. 11. GOOD LUCK……. December, 2011

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