3 Proven Keys To Keep Your Audience Interested In Your Speeches

I was invited to Institute of Technical Education Toastmasters Club (ITE Toastmasters) as its Language Evaluator tonight. Amid its cozy environment were its friendly members who took extra care to ensure that you were well attended to.

The audiences in the club meeting were treated to an array of speeches that ranged from simple stories to personal incidents. We got to hear of their trials and challenges that they’ve encountered. In short, the speeches kept our interests.

In my speech coaching sessions and public speaking seminars, I’ve shared with the participants the proven keys to keep your audience interested when you are speaking. Here are 3 of these keys:

1. Provide the twist when the audience least expects it.

2. Use connective words to draw the audience into your speech.

3. Keep your body language consistent with your speech flow.

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