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What are some good tips on public speaking?
I have a world history presentation tomorrow, and i get really nervous when public speaking. does anybody have any tips on how to get over my fear?
Assume that the audience is your younger brother or sister. Usually we talk in a different tone and authority when we speak to our younger siblings. So before you take the mike, assume that you are speaking to your younger brother or sister.
Can anyone give me tips on public speaking, being interviewed, and writing a resume for a pageant?
This Sunday, I'll be in a pageant. Anyone have any last minute tips on public speaking, interview, and resume.
Public speaking can be really hard and un-nerving, however....

BE YOURSELF would be my main tip, you also have to remember to be loud, be clear, be confident.Confidence will help you win over the audience and judges, if you keep your head up at all times, look alert and calm DONT FIGIT this will loose you the audience, so dont sway, or keep moving your hands etc, remember a good posture and friendly but not over bearing expression.

interviews....

-Aim for clarity, brevity and above all, honesty. Give honest answers with a positive tone.
-Be specific in your answers
-Be friendly yet formal
-Keep jewelry to a minimum- A nice necklace, tennis bracelet and small earrings will work.
-Try to greet all judges when you are introduced by shaking their hands- make sure you have a firm hand shake
-Sit straight with your legs closed and crossed at the ankles.
-When asked a question make sure you FIRST address the judge that asked you the question then look at all other judges while answering the question.
-At the end of your interview make sure you thank the judges for there time

Resume....

Well for this you have to be honest, put in all your ahcievments and qualities in there, you aspirations and such, if you are honest it will be hard for the judges to find loop holes and put you on the spot.
Go through it and ask yourself any question that could pop up and put you in a bad spot.
Mention your education etc here is a teens example i am not sure how old you are but i think it should help you

jenava.com/resume.htm

well anyway good luck and i hope you do well!
I need really Helpful tips on public speaking please ?
I am very keen on becoming a public speaker on motivation, i do have knowledge and am expanding my knowledge base even more, i am due to give a training session in my organization on Motivation and Perception skills and am looking for some really helpful tips that can help me moving forward.

Thank you every one for your help in advance! Caio!
Always breath from the diaphragm... it will help you take deeper breaths, and that means fewer breaths, which is a sign of strength in a leader. Be confident of what you say, and be prepared to improvise should the occasion arise.
Can you give me tips on public speaking speeches?
I'm not good at public speaking. It's my worst subject :(. PLZ HELP!!!
Practice! It's the best proven method to improve your public speaking skills. Whether you're young or old, seasoned or a newbie speaker, you'll see an improvement in your public speaking skills by simply practicing speaking. No matter what tips or methods you use, you must apply them by practicing.

Join a Toastmasters club to practice public speaking. It's the best available platform (since 1924) for you to practice. Find the nearest available club near you at www.toastmasters.org/find
What are some tips for public speaking?
I have to make a speech next week, but English is only my second language. I am also nervous about speaking to a group of strangers. Does anyone have hints on how to be calm during speaking?
The best tip is to find a topic you feel strongly about..something that you will actually feel comfortable about. It could be about the country you came from...or about some of the difficulties of learning a second language. You could put in a few funny comments about mistakes you have made while learning the language.
The bottom line...you will be comfortable and do a better job IF you pick something you know very well. Another idea is to take the time to look at every person BEFORE you get up to speak. Then you will have some familiarity with their faces before you get up to speak.
Do you have some tips for public speaking?
I am trying out to be a speaker for my graduation ceremony at my school, and I am trying to get some tips on letting the teachers choose me. Thanks! :)
In order to be selected, you will need to demonstrate that you are capable of giving a speech that is interesting to the listeners and effective at conveying the message. To do this, you need to plan, then prepare, prepare and prepare some more.

Select a Mode of Delivery
Will your talk be delivered extemporanously, as a manuscript, memorized or impromptu ? When you speak extemporaneously you are literally making up the words of your speech as you go. Reading from a manuscript is the most formal type of delivery. It is also an effective choice when you want to have the greatest control of the wording of your speech. Unless you have had training and practice memorizing long passages of text, the memorized mode is the hardest to pull off. Freed from a manuscript or notes, you are likely to have the added anxiety of forgetting what you wanted to say.

Demonstrating Dynamism
Dynamism will attract and hold the attention of your audience. When combined with other features of credibility including expertise, trustworthiness, sincerity, and organization, you have the makings of a great speaker. Perhaps the best way to convey dynamism is to have a genuine interest in both your topic and your audience. When you are authentic and real, your dynamism is naturally present. Practice gestures, movements, and using visual aids to add interest to your talk.

Expect and Accept Your Nervousness
All speakers expect to feel nervousness. Excellent speakers accept this as a natural and useful response to stress. This means that you care about doing a good job. Expect nervousness and plan to manage the symptoms that accompany it. The tension that you experience can be used to energize your talk if you allow it to do so. Allow your nervousness to catapult you to a heightened sense of awareness of your surrounding and your audience. Embrace your nervousness.

Interact with Your Audience
When you are in a conversation with another, you will receive feedback about the effect that your message is having. You know to adapt your message accordingly. Do the same with public speaking. Like a good conversation, the first thing that you do when greeting your audience is to establish rapport and find common areas of interest. Look at your audience and give each participant a warm virtual nonverbal handshake. Introduce yourself and clearly state your purpose and rationale for choosing the topic and thesis that you have for this talk.

Dress for Success
Communication expert Nan Peck suggests that you dress in such a way that your audience doesn't notice what you are wearing. When in doubt about what to wear, your default should be something conservative. Communication experts Grice and Skinner recommend that you dress up to convey your seriousness and a positive attitude to your audience. Darker colors convey authority while lighter colors establish a friendlier image.
Can I get some tips on public speaking?
I'm giving a seminar on science to a bunch of teens in about a month, and I've never really spoken to a big crowd (at least, not very well). I'm expecting between 100-200 students for the seminar.

What are some tips and tricks I can employ to articulate clearly and effectively?

The seminar has to be about an hour long, and I have to give it three times.

Thankfully, I will have a co-presenter so the pressure isn't entirely on me.
Nice answers above..lol

Ok, I'm going to give mine:

1. Avoid using technical, bureaucratic and tough language. Instead of long phrases, use short and meaningful sentences.

2. Be very specific. Prefer giving a specific day or time rather than saying “soon”.

3. Try to use concrete words over abstract ones. For example, use the word “microphone” over “sound amplification facilities”

4. Use simple language rather than Latinized words.

5. Use conversational English.

Grammatical and incorrect use of words can be ignored as long as the message has been clearly delivered. Use colloquial language.

6. Add a touch to your presentation by converting a point into a narrative or a story so as to entertain your audience and involve them into it.

6. You can use jokes as an amusing way to build a rapport with the audience.
Any good tips on public speaking?
I am not the type of person that is too outgoing and i'm not comfortable speaking to a large crowd. Any tips that anyone has to offer? Thank you :)
These are just a few things I do:
- imagine that everyone else wants me to do well
- realize that EVERYONE gets nervous
- people will sympathize with me if I make a mistake, so it's okay
- everyone knows it's nerve-wrecking, so they won't make fun of me
- make sure you really research and know what you're talking about
- practice a few times in the mirror
- type up a few key words to remind you of what you want to say
- don't prepare for a few minutes before the presentation... sounds weird but I find that when I listen to music, dance, eat something, read, whatever it is, I'm more calm before the presentation
- make eye contact with a few people
- try not to look directly into the crowd
- this might not be directly related to public speaking, but starting small-talk with strangers helped me out a lot.

good luck! :D
Public Speaking Tips?
I'm in 8th grade and i need tips on public speaking. I have 2 speeches in one day. Its on Monday. I'm so stressed, and i need tips plz!
Public speaking is a fear that many people have.

Here are a few suggestions:

Prepare well and know what you are going to say.

Practice in front of a mirror and time yourself.

Do not read from your notes.

Speak loudly enough so that no one has trouble hearing you.

Smile a little.

Use a clipboard or something similar for your notes. Do not use loose papers or index cards. If your hand trembles you do not want anyone to see that.

Speak slowly and loudly enough to be heard by all.

Look for a friendly face at the back of the room and talk to that person.
Has anyone got any tips on public speaking?
apart from the old "imagine people naked" which doesn't work for me. Ive got a big presentation to make in front of a lot of important people and need some tips. thanks in advance
Nervous people or people in general tend to say um and ah a lot when speaking in large groups. The most seasoned people in their craft will do this and that in itself makes the listener think the person doesn't know what they are saying and get tuned out. After hearing Um during the first few minutes, it kind of set the tone for how people will take you seriously or not. Be very careful of that.

My husband has a high position and when people are trying to do a sales pitch or to get a contract from them, he tunes them out after hearing 5 "UM's" in the first minute.

Also you don't want to start sentences with "well" notice people do that as much as they do the um thing. I'm so particular of that sort of thing, many professionals are who listen to speeches.

Smile, look at ease, keep your look simple as you don't want people to notice the clothes as much as the speech. Same for jewelry, no chipped nails etc.

May I suggest you look up Toastmasters. It's group that teaches public speaking and they give tips on speeches as that is what the group is about. Look for what they teach on public speaking. It's called Toastmasters.

Good look, you'll do well. Just for you attempting to do your research ahead of time is wonderful. Bless you!

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