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  COED 7 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING – RICHARD ZEOLI PRINCIPLE PERCEPTION 1 Stop trying to be a great public speaker People want to listen to someone who is interesting, relaxed and comfortable. It’s all about talking to people and making a connection by being yourself. We already have everything we need to become a truly effective communicator. The most important thing is to be how we are. Preparation is key on a presentation, and will ensure
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  COED 7 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING  –  RICHARD ZEOLI PRINCIPLE PERCEPTION 1 Stop trying to be a great public speaker People want to listen to someone who is interesting, relaxed and comfortable. It’s all about talking to people and making a connection by being yourself. We already have everything we need to become a truly effective communicator. The most important thing is to be how we are. Preparation is key on a presentation, and will ensure us that we are ready. It’s really important the relationship between how we feel when we start to do the speech and how the audience feel about us as the speaker. The time/Space Difference on the Moon The first rule we must accept is that time feels different for us when we are doing the speech. Author encourages his clients to use dramatic pauses in the talks to pull the audience back into consciousness. When the audience takes us a question, we have to take a few seconds to organize our thoughts before giving a carefully corrected answer. When we are speaking, we experience time very differently than the audience does. The solution is changing our think about how time is perceived as a speaker versus as a member of the audience. Knowing your Audience Our challenge as a speaker is to know our audience almost as well as we know our friends. Audience Research A great tool to use if we are unfamiliar with a group is searching on the company’s Web site.  Knowledge is power, and knowing everything we can about an organization will help us to be more comfortable. We have to know our audience. The Mental Game As a speakers we tend to become very self-absorbed while we are doing the speech and we spend more time thinking about what we’re saying than we do about how mission control is feeling about what we are saying. Communication is a two-way street.  Our focus needs to be on the audience and not on ourselves. Be yourself, and know the room Author always recommend that speakers visit the room in which they will have the speech at least once. With this advice our brain wouldn’ t be surprised and become anxious  COED 7 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING  –  RICHARD ZEOLI Be yourself, and make and Introduction. It’s important that we thank the event host, organizers, staff and any volunteers for their hard work. -Our job as a speaker is to serve the audience by sharing, connecting and making the presentation interesting.- PRINCIPLE PERFECTION 2 When you make a mistake, no one cares but you The Great Communicator made a mistake and he kept going. For so many of us the idea of making a mistake fills us with anxiety, creates doubts in our abilities. Public speaking is largely a mental game and overcoming fears and these anxieties is crucial to success. We won’t be an effective communicator if all we’ve done backstage is think about how everything can go wrong for us. << We have to be ourselves >>   It’ s important our members attention. To deal with that we have to: Eye contact, a good speaker will never read a speech. It’ not intimidating the eye contact is a normal part of human interaction and something we do every time we have a conversation. Tone and pitch, we should write lines that cause our voice naturally to go up, and also to go down. Action steps, as we work on our material, we have to think about the benefits that we want to offer to our audience. The dramatic pause, has a number of advantages and should always be a part of our speaker’s arsenal. -When we make a mistake, we have to keep going.- PRINCIPLE VISUALIZATION 3 If you can see it, you can speak it We have to get over the anxiety and walk to the podium clear, focused, and on our game. The best way to fight anxiety and become a more comfortable speaker is to practice in the one place where no one can see us. If we are new to public speaking, we have to use visualization to overcome our fears. -Remember, if you can see it, you can speak it!-  COED 7 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING  –  RICHARD ZEOLI PRINCIPLE DISCIPLINE 4 Practice makes perfect good The way to do our best is practicing a lot, stand in front of the mirror and start talking, without any note, just having a conversation. If we practice a lot, with enough consistency, we will naturally know how to use our hands, our body language and our voice to maximize our communication. Practicing in front of the mirror every day is a great way to develop this “second - nature” speaking. The five minutes before we are called to the podium, are the most crucial five minutes as a speaker. We have to picture ourselves in front of the room, telling ourselves our specific affirmations. Public speaking is all about having a conversation, so start by having a conversation in the privacy. -When you tell yourself you are a champion, you will act like a champion.- PRINCIPLE DESCRIPTION 5 Make it personal and become a Storyteller Every speech has a purpose, or overarching “story”. When we speak, our job is to take listeners on our journey. We have to write some notes, them have to be in chronological order. Numbering is very important habit to get into. PRINCIPLE INSPIRATION 6 Speak to serve This chapter is about understanding the audience and our role as a speaker. The most important goal we should have is to serve our audience members either by talking about something that interests them or by making an otherwise uninteresting topic interesting. We have the role of serving to the needs of the audience. We have to do the speech interesting, relevant. Also we have to empathize with the audience. In all our presentation and preparation, constantly we have to think about how we can help our audience members achieving their goals. As I said before, the speaker assume a role of service to the audience so  COED 7 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING  –  RICHARD ZEOLI when this happens, public speaking becomes less an act of fear and more an opportunity to serve others. Relevant points: - Interesting speech - The speech is about our audience - The key is to personalize the program for the audience at hand.- BONUS PRINCIPLE: STAYING ON MESSAGE The 7 principles graduate course We have to control the context of the message and not allowing other people or circumstances to detract from or in any way change what we want to say. The message is our key point, and everything that follows is used to prove that point. The message should be one line. Once we establish our credibility, it’s time to prove our point while staying on message using examples and stories. PRINCIPLE 7 ANTICIPATION  Always leave your audience wanting more To surprise our audience, we always have to make our presentation just a bit shorted than anticipated. Even with the audience members’ interest is better to leave them wishing we had spoken for just a few minutes more than wanting to go out. CONCLUSION: COMPENSATION The reward that’s better than money    -All we have to do is open our hearts and we will find opportunities that will help us grow not only as speakers but also as human beings. - Now, the last thing that I have to do is putting in practice all those advices!
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