What makes the difference between good and exceptional? Let’s learn some tricks of the trade from the performance of the gymnast Katelyn Ohashi – a real champion.
We use examples to support the message in our speeches. But if we choose them well, they can have other purposes. For instance, examples may help to build a connection with the audience.
Even if you don’t want to scare your audience, you can learn some tricks from horror stories. The treat? A more engaging speech.
Geometry is important both for pizza and speech structure. Believe me, I learned it from my new public speaking coach, Dr. Sheldon Cooper.
When I trashed a boring script and re-wrote my informative speech, I realized how I could make it more appropriate for my style and more engaging for the audience.
My 2 cents about The Speaker Lab podcast, an entertaining and useful collection of stories and tips from professional speakers – created by Grant Baldwin.
We can use quotes and references to express and support our point. For these elements to be well received by the audience, we must blend them smoothly in the flow of the speech.