Wanting to be a better public or professional speakers? Here are three videos which each a contain a collection of 16 tips and tricks you can implement today to become a better speaker tomorrow.
If you’re into public speaking, you are probably familiar with the following study by Albert Mehrabian: (Apparently) 55% of your presented message is communicated via your body language; 38% through the tone of your voice and only 7% of meaning through words. Is this really the magic formula for successful public speaking? What is the truth about this?
In this blog, I will explore the relationship between the content, body language, tone of voice and facial expression. You will learn more about the impact of these factors on your credibility as a speaker.
Becoming a notable professional speaker can take years to develop and captivating an audience is a skill that requires constant development. While there are core skills and guidelines for any speaker that should be applied and mastered, here are some simple ways to improve your speaking and general presentation skills. These are rather simple tips you can apply today to your preparing, practicing and presentations.
There are two types of people in the world: those who love speaking in public and those who are scared stiff at the thought of it. Performance anxiety and stage fright are perfectly normal phenomena that occur to many people. It is important for you to understand what stage fright is, so that you can fully overcome it.
Stage fright or performance anxiety is a persistent phobia which is aroused in an individual when required to perform in front of an audience. So how do you overcome stage fright when speaking in public?