delivering effective speech

5 Tips on Delivering an Effective Speech to Small Groups

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.
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The Power of Repetition

What do you do when you have a long test and you have to memorise bunch of theories and formulas? What do you do when you have a new mobile number, which of course, you have to memorise? Have you ever offered to take your friends’ orders in a fast food chain and ended up having to memorise a variety of complicated ones? What did you do? One technique you probably used was to keep repeating these things to yourself so that you would remember them.
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How to Pull-Off a Notes-Free Presentation

Giving a talk is not an easy task. If you’re bombarded with a lot of information and ideas to present, you’d want to make sure that you will be able to communicate everything that you have to. And what’s the first measure that you can think of? Memorize your speech. It sounds like a great idea at first—being able to say everything and not leave anything out. But then you realize how tiring it can be and how much time it would eat up in order to memorize everything.
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7 Strategies to Transform a Boring Topic Into an Engaging Presentation

Were you ever tasked to talk about a seemingly dull subject? Something that may not be so interesting to the general public? There’s nothing more unnerving than the thought of seeing your audience bored and drifting off to snoozeland. However, you should know that topics like these are unavoidable. If you really want to be a good public speaker, you have to learn how to make those seemingly boring subjects come alive and engaging to your audience.
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Own the Stage like a Rock Star

Public Speaking Tips: Own the Stage Like a True Rockstar

It’s one thing to master the art of speaking fluently, which for us is truly such an awesome soft skill to have. But it’s another thing to connect with the audience in a way that will make them want to listen to what you have to say. This, my friends, is what we call stage presence.

The thing with stage presence is that a lot of people think that a person is either born with it or not—if it doesn’t come intricately, then your dreams of being a public speaker is as good as doomed. But this is certainly not true. You see, stage presence is a skill. Meaning, like communication skills, it can be learned and improved through time and practice. So don’t fret just yet! We have here some expert tips and tricks to get you started in strengthening your stage presence.

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Irresistible Sales Pitch

A 5-Step Guide to An Irresistible Sales Pitch

Pitching an idea, a product, or a service can be a challenging task, especially for salespeople who are less experienced. But rest your worries, that’s what we’re here for. And you know what, we’ve all been in that position. It’s just a matter of proper guidance from and enough practice to make that daunting feeling go away.

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Rock your next sales pitch with these simple and actionable tips!

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Word Whiskers

Word Whiskers: Why You Need to Shave It off from Your Speech

Communication skills training is uhm.. a very good investment because ahh.. it will allow you to like uhm.. take your career to uhh.. greater heights.

Isn’t it annoying to read? What more if you have to listen to a whole 10-minute speech full of these nonsensical expressions?

What are Word Whiskers?

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