How to in speak in front of Audience:

By Elizabeth Taylor


Nothing in this world is more terrifying than facing an audience of strangers and knowing. Your speech should be entertaining and informative. A few people survive from this challenge. The majority of us are at least a little nervous every time we have to speak publicly. Throughout all walks of life probably one of the most universal fears is fear of public speaking. It is a fear that can easily overcome with the right approach and a little practice. You can utilize the instructions below to improve your public speaking skills.

1. Be prepared and practice The more you know what you want to say, the better you'll get at it. First understand the topic of your speech and research it. And then write down all the points you want to make and organize them. When you got the essential content of your speech written (at least in your head), transfer your main ideas to index cards. Then, practice your speech out loud at least 3 to 5 times. Try to practice it in front of a friend or family member and ask them for feedback. If that's not possible, practice in front of a mirror. Do it until you can talk naturally. Don't ever read your speech word for word!

2. Know your audience: It is pretty easy to connect to the audience as you speak if you know them better. It will be easy to hold their attention when you are able to make that connection. When you are seeing that you are doing so, it will increase your comfort level and confidence. Find out everything that you can about the people you will be speaking to. Understand what their hot topics are, and put jokes inside. Then you will be able to give a better speech.

3. Dress the part. All eyes are on you, when you're standing up in front of an audience, your image is important in this situation. Therefore, dress to impress this particular audience. If you know your audience well, then you'll have an idea how to dress.

4. Speak clearly and at just the right tempo. The symbol of an inexperienced, uncomfortable public speaker is someone who speaks all in a rush, slurring words in her desire to get it over with. Don't be this kind of speaker if you want to hold your audience's attention. In the same way, don't speak so slowly your audience's minds start to wander. The key is to get your points across as quickly as possible. Don't beat around the bush or try to impress with complex images. However, stories can be a powerful public speaking tool, especially when they contain at least a hint of humor. Then also, keep them short and on point.

5. Interact with your audience. You should interact well with the audience. Look for opportunities to involve your audience in what you are speaking about. Ask for validation of points you are making or allow time for questions. Besides, make sure to set up eye contact with your audience, and keep it during your speech. You should leave a lasting impression with the audience about your speech topic. So be sure you are true to yourself and your topic as you speak and don't be afraid to inject passion and enthusiasm into the speech as well. Give your audience something to think about as you finish up your speech. Surely, it's a good idea to summarize your main points one more time, but then finish up with an inspiring story or quote, or leave them with a thought-provoking question.




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