WHAT MAKES YOU A CHAMPION SPEAKER?
by Sandra Schrift
A great public speaker knows that not everyone in the audience will agree with his/her point(s). Hey, if everyone in the room agreed with you, would you need to make a presentation? The reason you make a presentation is to make a “point,” to sell your ideas so that when people leave, they will begin to think/act differently. To do this, you need to provide your audience with great content and great delivery. Logic needs to be coupled with feelings. We need to know, but we also need to feel in order to take action.
The Coach sez . . . tell your audience what they need to hear, not just what they want to hear. Deep down, that’s what we all want.
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