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In this video Alex Ryan walks you through how to remember a speech and prepare a great presentation for your next public speaking event. Here are a few quick tips:

1. Avoid using filler words or sounds such as “uhm” and “ahm”.
2. At the beginning of the speech, do not apologize for lack of preparation.
3. Don’t be distractive to your audience.
4. Just speaking to your audience is considered a mistake.
5. Explain to your audience if there are words that are not easy for them to comprehend.

In this video Alex Ryan walks you through how to remember a speech and prepare a great presentation for your next public speaking event. Here are a few quick tips:

1. Make the negative feedbacks useful. Turn them into constructive criticisms.
2. Determine if the person is worth listening to.
3. Focus on your imperfections and change the ones worth changing.
4. Do not overreact.
5. Be sure of your motivation.

In this video, Alex Ryan walks you through how to remember a speech and prepare a great presentation for your next public speaking event. Here are a few quick tips:

1. Do not have

In this video Alex Ryan walks you through how to remember a speech and prepare a great presentation for your next public speaking event. Here are a few quick tips:

1. Powerpoint should be used in most presentations.
2. The presentation should be a design. Do your research.
3. You should always let your audience respond to what you are saying.
4. Make your presentation simple and easy to understand.
5. Use humor.

In this video Alex Ryan walks you through how to remember a speech and prepare a great presentation for your next public speaking event.  Here are few quick tips:

  • Always have a plan for your presentation.
  • Research about your audience.
  • Do not clutter your speech with too many words.
  • Rehearse over and over again.
  • Answer questions confidently.

 

If you’ve ever been to a presentation, and felt a strong desire to do something or change afterward, then you’ve been in the presence of a great motivator. Motivation plays a critical role in achieving goals and business objectives and is equally as important for companies that work in a team-based environment or in a workplace comprised of workers who work independently. It is also important in other areas of life, such as rehabilitation from addictions, speaking to young people to help them prepare for their future, or any number of things.

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Funny things happen all the time in public speaking. Sometimes you can use that humor to make your speech better relate to your topic. Sometimes, you’re embarrassed. Here are a few humorous stories from public speakers.

  • This was reported by Shel Horowitz, Author (with Jay Conrad Levinson) of Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green: Winning Strategies to Improve Your Profits and Your Planet. This is an example of how to use something funny to enhance your speech.

I once gave a speech on marketing to a group of contractors. They met in a divey bar. I noticed that the men’s room was decrepit—so I threw away my planned opening.

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Even people that are very intelligent sometimes make mistakes in grammar when speaking. If, however, you consistently speak in a way that says you can’t communicate effectively, most people would rather hire or listen to someone else. Listening to a speech that’s filled with “he don’ts” or “suposablys” is very difficult for professional people to not tune out. For some of you, it’s been a while since you learned grammar, and you probably live in an area where people probably talk like that all the time. You’ve picked up the dialect. Trust me, everyone doesn’t speak that way, and it’s not acceptable when you want to be a professional speaker. You can choose to talk that way and be wrong and appear to be an idiot, or you can speak professionally. Here are a few helpful reminders of things you can do to speak professionally and make yourself appear more intelligent. Here are some words that sound alike or common mispronunciation errors that are commonly used, and the proper way to use them.

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We all want to be heard when we speak. If you want to enhance your voice, as in being heard and listened to, here are some tips to do it.

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  • Limit the number of times you speak– If there is too much of even a good thing, the value of it decreases. It’s the business theory of supply and demand. If your presentations are frequent and hard to get, then people want it more.

How can you expect to inspire someone to do their best when your speech isn’t your best? Your speech needs to be the best you can do to get your message across effectively. Attention is the key to a successful speech. That is, keeping your audience’s attention. The key to presenting is so that they don’t even realize you’re lecturing to them. Entertain them, and keep them focused on your every word. The more positive you are the better you’ll be and the more confident you’ll become. It won’t be long until you don’t even think of it as work. It will be something you enjoy ding. Here are some helpful ways to enhance your presentations and make them something your audience won’t “have to” listen to. They’ll “want to” listen to it.

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About Alex Ryan
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and Public Speaking Coach

Alex C Ryan has been helping individuals master their speaking skills and become better, confident and higher paid public speakers. He personally instructs his clients step-by-step how to launch their own coaching businesses enabling them to retire at an early age and work with more freedom.
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