Saturday, June 28, 2008

The Art Of Public Speaking : deadly mistakes

Do you want your audience to look down at you? Of course not,right?

Today’s lines will address two common deadly errors that 85% of public speakers do most of the time.Last week, i had attended a presentation that was held by a friend of mine.throughout the speech I detected those sort of lethals that made me thinking of dropping you these lines.

The first fatal mistake to avoid is apology.what you have to keep in mind is to never apology for anything at all except if you come too late or lose your voice.put yourself into this situation and you’ll put yourself under their plain English,your audience will not have confidence in what you are trying to pass on because you are showing up as a losy public speaker.

The second deadly mistake : DO NOT allude that you are the wrong speaker to talk simply because you are damaging your credibility by doing other point to consider is to not reveal that you have not prepared so well or something similar.Do either of these things and you’ll find yourself speaking to no one because your audience will lose trustworthiness in you.if you don’t have confidence in yourself, how could you expect an audience to have confidence in you?

Saturday, June 14, 2008


Hi there, well actually I was asked by a visitor to talk about some quick tips to an effective public speaking,so since I’ve been asked to do so. I just wanna share some my views on it .actually, I come up with some quick tips to an effective public speaking delivery.

- I strongly believe that is very essential to be prepared.for anything that you do,it always requires you to be prepared,and in the setuation where you might be nervous going on stage , addressing a huge a huge crowd, it even more important to be prepared, because when you do so, even you are nervous and might forget something, then the most important will come out. So preparation will help especially in the moment when you forget something. At least, whatever you have prepared will flow.

- Similar to writing essays,when you give speech, you must be very organized, very concise and very coherent because when you give a speech it’s like you compose a piece of writing .It has to be more intresting than case you are not organized, people will just get lost, and when they get lost they probably ignore what you say regardless of how important your speech. Moreover, it has to be coherent, it even help you a lot , why ? because while you feel confortable, you are automatically confident, aren’t you? So, believe me it happenes naturally.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

The Art Of Public Speaking : Body Language

One of the most important element that should be taken into account during your presentation is the use of body language techniques. did you know that 55% to 65% of what you are trying to say is communicated by your body language-gestures, facial expressions,postures,movements,eye contact…etc-and almost 38% through your tone of voice; so if you make a simple calculation you will find that only 7% left for your words that you use. Additionally, the verbal part is addressed to convey only facts and statistics…etc,whereas, body language is used to communicate your audience’s feelings,so here we come to understand that learning what is body language really is, considered something that every public speaker should be aware of.apparently, if you master those techniques,be sure that you will create an enormous impact you have on your audience,so without farther ado,let’s get started.

1) Your clothes

the way you look and what you wear should be the first thing to consider before you stand up in front of your addressees.For instance, if you wear a suspicious clothes,people will make judgment about you even before you launch your talk,so its very important to decide which kind of clothes that suit the people whom you are talking to.

2) Be attentive to your facial expressions

Its well known that kind of expressions play a major role in influencing your audience’s emotions toward what you say,but you should be very careful when it comes to choosing the right facial expression in a given moment.Don’t use it unless you have the complete controle over your facial expressions.I highly recommend drawing a sweet smile on your face ,it would be a better choice ,in fact smiling will put you and your audience free from anxiety.

3) Eye contact

I’m not talking about that sort of eye contact that could melt icebergs and move mountains,rather when you are giving a presentation,keep eye contact with your people as normal as possible.because if you look afraid of making eye contact with them, then that rapport between both of you will be vanished,simply, because they feel that you are not talking to them.well the tip here is:as you speak, focu exclusively on keeping eye contact with one participant at a time,fully complete one thought with that member,then move to the next one. By
doing so,you’ll find yourself confident enough to hold an eye contact with every member in the room.

So we come to the conclusion that body language is a part and parcel of non-verbal communication. it plays an important function in the way you are perceived by others, hence body language has a huge impact on making a good first impression and certainly, this can be accomplished with practice of non-verbal behaviors.

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

The Art Of Public Speaking : Using Humor

In today’s article, we’re going to focus on humor in your talks. Humorous words have the ability to make your message much more easier to swallow. Now, for sure you can find out there millions of Ideas that talk about using humor, but we’re going to share only five of them with you, so let’s explore each of them in turn.

1) Humor doesn’t mean jokes. Actually we strongly suggest staying away from some sorts of jokes. You know that our daily life is full of hilarious things which are funnier than those jokes that your audience have heard a thousand times a day, so the first source of humor is your individual personal life.

2) Humor is always appropriate, with some exceptions, every speech we have ever given always contains humor. Because what people learn with pleasure will never be forgotten. Moreover, it does not only help you strengthening the connection between you and the audience, but also it makes you genial by making them happy, as well as getting your point across efficiently.

3) Always use your own style rather than using someone else’s style, if your humor is too much different from your own personality, then you will get the exact opposite from what you’re seeking. You will make them feel like that you don’t deserve there attention at all. More importantly, do not force a humor style that is not authentic for other words,you have to be yourself.

4) Make sure that the humor relates to the point you are attempting to drive home. The humor should tie in with some aspects of your speech. If you don’t tie your humor with your presentation, the audience may like the joke, but will wonder what idea you are trying to call attention to is.

5) Remember you are not a slapstick comedian entertaining the audience. You are a serious speaker, seeking to help the audience to remember, Enjoy, and being impressed by using humor as a tool. Here’s another advice: be careful about launching into a long humorous story because as time passes by it may convert into a boring story. Actually you have to make sure that the humor is funny for you too or alternatively, try out with a small group of people exploring your humor voice is really make you entirely at ease.

Well, before we reach the last lines of this article, I would like to insert some sure-fire TIPS that will enhance your comic character as long as our blog is showing that this is the place where you can find public speaking tips to implement during your presentations.

1) Decide a comic that uses the same presentation as you, or a way you especially enjoy.

2) Watch videos and TV shows that headline the comedian you have selected.

3) Integrate the tactics and methods the comedian uses into your own presentations without sounding that you are acting like him because this will damage your trustworthiness.