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Succeed by Learning to Speak Your Mind to An Audience

This is the first blog I’ve found that has written about public speaking -this is a field I would very much like to enter. I love to talk and inspire others. The opportunities I’ve been given in the past were exciting and fulfilling. I hope I find more articles like this one.

Alex Moses

Most of us would rather dig a ditch than give a speech.
But the people who get ahead are those who know how to motivate others in public speaking forums.
The next time you’re offered the chance to make a presentation, say Yes!–and follow this advice:
Learn about your audience. Who will be listening? What’s important to them?

If you’re following other speakers, find out who they are and get an idea of what they’re going to talk about so you can fit your remarks into the right context.

Know your material. Don’t wing it with a few notes on a single 3×5 card. Do enough research to understand your topic and anticipate the questions you’re likely to be asked. Prepare an outline, if not a whole speech, and follow it as you talk.

Set a clear goal. Audiences rarely enjoy vague, wishy-washy speeches. Decide what you want your main…

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I am a mother of 16 children and grandchildren. Some of them are by blood and the rest by heart. I was a foster mom for a few years and the children I cared for during that time have mostly stayed with me through the years. I love to write, read, dance, paint, and play with my animals. I enjoy dressage riding and just being in the barn. My words are my gift, as they allow you to know me as I really am. Thanks for joining me on this ride of life!

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  1. Actually, the blog I had before starting my current one (trainingdebate.com) had several articles on public speaking. I conquered my fear and (worked toward) perfected my craft at Toastmasters. I would recommend it for anyone. It’s so important to learn while speaking in front of an audience.

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