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Every speaker would like to become a better speaker. After each speech that we give, we all think to ourselves about the things that we could have done differently that would have gotten a better reaction from our audience. The trick is that we have to remember the changes that we need to make and then we need to make them. That's what this book is all about – helping you to remember how you can become a better public speaker.

What You'll Find Inside:
* BOUNCING BACK FROM A REALLY BAD SPEECH
* LEARN TO READ YOUR NEXT AUDIENCE LIKE A BOOK
* HOW TO DEAL WITH SPEAKING ANXIETY WHEN IT COMES
* WHAT YOU’VE NEVER BEEN TAUGHT ABOUT BEING A SUCCESSFUL SPEAKER

As speakers we need to keep in mind that we won't always be the one doing the speaking. However, this just requires us to do things a little bit differently. If when we speak we have an accent that is different than that of our audience, we need to take steps to minimize it. Change is the first thing on our minds when we give a speech that turns out badly. The key is knowing what needs to be changed so that won't happen again.

In order to give a good speech, you need to know your audience. You have to be about to understand what they want to get out of your speech. This can cause a speaker to start to feel anxious and when that happens we need to have ways to deal with it. When we finally make it to the end of our speech we might think that we are done with our talk. It turns out that that is not the case – things may be just starting for us.

Every time that we give a speech we all share the same goal. We want our speech to be unforgettable for our audience. This can be done and in fact, if we can find out how to become an online leader, then we may have prepared our audience for a great speech even before we take the stage. Use this book to learn how to grow your speaking abilities and you'll discover that you have become a better speaker.

GENRE
Business und Finanzen
ERSCHIENEN
2019
13. Mai
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
57
Seiten
VERLAG
Jim Anderson
GRÖSSE
2.4
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