Proven Tips To Boost Your Public Speaking And Presentation Skills (Part 7)

It’s always a wonderful privilege to guide up and coming public speakers. And here are more tips that had been presented tonight.

Avoid rushing through your conclusion. The conclusion represents the peak of your speech, the high of the emotional uplift. Keep it sure and steady to build it to the best climax.

Remember the topic, avoid getting distracted by a sub-element. Sometimes speakers drift off tangent to dwell too in-depth into another related topic. You’ve got to keep the key theme in mind.

There is no need to reintroduce your topic. Coordinate with the Master of Ceremony before, have him do this instead of you. Go straight to the point instead of another introduction of your title. Avoid this redundancy to save you time and create instant impact.

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2 Comments on “Proven Tips To Boost Your Public Speaking And Presentation Skills (Part 7)”

  1. TJ Walker Says:

    Good suggestions on not rushing. There is always time to say anything important and relevant to your audience. TJ Walker tjwalker.com


  2. […] no straightforward answer. And there’s lots of great advice on public speaking and presenting out there. Some people recommend memorizing a […]


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