Public speaking in a persuasive manner is one skill that everyone has to master. It can be very useful in many ways. From giving a sales pitch, to giving an influential talk, you’ll definitely see the importance of learning how to do a persuasive speech. Lucky for you, Aristotle found the three essential components of […]Read More
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Have you ever watched a comedy skit on stage performed by different actors and actresses? They usually don’t follow a script and just rely on their comedic instinct and wit. Now, I would call that as legitimate talent. Being able to make people laugh in a situation wherein you have no prior knowledge on what […]Read More
People have their own connotations about public speaking. Perhaps, these initial thoughts are what keeps you from developing into the best version of yourself. This shouldn’t be the case. Here at Speech Ionizers, we believe that everyone has the potential to be a great public speaker, and the first step into making this a reality […]Read More
Giving a speech can be really intimidating. Facing unfamiliar faces, trying to remember the flow of your speech, knowing where to put your hands, and managing your props—all of these while making sure that the audience understands the message that you are trying to get across. As if this isn’t hard enough by itself, you […]Read More
In the previous blog post entitled 9 Tips on Using Eye Contact to Deliver Great Speeches, we discussed the value of making eye contact and even shared some tips on how you can use it to make your talks and public speeches even more powerful. However, along the way of mastering the technique, you may […]Read More
Most speeches are structured without a question & answer portion. This is fine for short public speaking engagements. However, if you are giving long talks, workshops, or pitches, the situation is a lot more different. You have to make sure that your audience understands your message clearly, and so opening the floor to some clarification […]Read More
As discussed in a previous article, eye contact is a very essential technique that you can use to be an effective speaker aside from taking up soft skills training, hiring a speaking coach near you, etc.. However, this approach is often easier said than done. To help you out on this, we’ve listed 9 tips […]Read More
Are you the type of person who’s having a hard time making eye contact when speaking to somebody or when doing public speaking? You see, eye contact is a very powerful way to to connect with your audience when giving talks or presentations. So if you answered yes on the previous question, this article specifically […]Read More
Being nervous before giving a speech is completely normal. Even those who you find to be really great public speakers were once in your shoes as well and are still probably feeling the same way every now and then. Is there a way to get over this? Oh yes, of course there is! That’s what […]Read More
While a common misconception of the term “public speaking” is talking to a huge number of audience, this isn’t always the case. As a matter of fact, you’ll find that small group public speaking engagements are more common. Examples for this are sales pitches, corporate presentations, workshops, etc.Read More
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