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How to give a good speech.

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Emily Swift

on 12 November 2013

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Transcript of How to give a good speech.

How to give a good speech.
"Be relevant"
What are you trying to get across to your audience?

Trash the thank you's
Make it easy
Make good use of anecdotes
By: Emily Swift
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Most people find telling a story, especially if you have lived it simpler to work with. Three great stories can be key.
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What stories can do.
They can stir feelings
They "release dopamine"
They will make people remember it
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Ask yourself..
Only after you have your answer,
talk about the answer to the question above.
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It is considered a sizable error and something you don't want to do.

Dive in by posing a question
or statistic.
Communicate with your audience.
Dive in again to your story.

Good body mechanics
is key
Do not:
Cross arms
Clutch hands
Show nervousness

Stand upright, causing good
Have intensity
Show desire and feeling
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Be precise with your words
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Because you want to come across as "natural" as possible. Always be yourself.
"Passion, Commitment,
and Conviction
are critical"
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Practice makes perfect
Practice your speech:
In the shower (instead of
the mirror)
Out loud
To a little group
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"Working the room"
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Channel in on familiar sights
and people
Maintain eye contact
Use gestures
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Essentially, have fun!

what your doing!
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And your audience will too
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Stay laid back
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