Proven Tips To Boost Your Public Speaking And Presentation Skills (Part 20)

Right after the conclusion of the Networking training 2 days ago, I was back at my own Club in the evening as Language Evaluator. Over at the Telok Blangah Toastmasters Club, we had a few projects lined –up as well as external Toastmasters who gave us insightful evaluations. Their presence and charisma certainly added to the increased liveliness of the meeting.

In addition, more observations regarding the projects were shared:

1. Even when the story is really complex, use simpler, digestible, common language that the audience can understand.

2. Help the audience to identify with you by linking your sub-topics with our common experiences.

3. Use large enough prop to ensure that everyone, especially those sitting at the back, can catch a glimpse of the project.

4. Ensure that details of your speech content forms an overall coherence to the main theme of your speech.

If you are a speaking enthusiast, please remember that you can, through, these quick tips and consistent practice, become a much more popular person.

May you Excel Beyond Excellence!

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3 Comments on “Proven Tips To Boost Your Public Speaking And Presentation Skills (Part 20)”

  1. jamesfeudo Says:

    These are all good tips.

    One thing I’d add related to props is to only put them in view when you’re using them. Otherwise, the audience may focus on your props instead of your talk.

    James
    blog.jvf.com

  2. Tacitus Says:

    Tacitus says : I absolutely agree with this !

  3. Pyorrhea Says:

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Pyorrhea
    .


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