Speaking to an audience creates stress for even the most seasoned speaker. By adequately preparing your message and empathising with your audience, you will have more impact on them. This is part of a longer article that was published on MT Magazine (Premium article for subscribers) Writer Mark Twain, who was never shy of a […]
Have you experienced this? While you’re speaking, one of your listeners is clearly distracted. He’s playing with his phone, is daydreaming or starts chatting with his neighbour. Terrible! But does that mean that you are not performing at your best? No, no, no. But we often think we are, don’t we? That we are underperforming, that we’re being boring, that our example doesn’t appeal.
These thoughts damage the quality of your speaking, and totally unnecessarily, as I will explain in this article.
Speaking in public whilst showing your personal strengths is a skill. Because in doing so, you’ll create a big impact on a crucial moment. In this article we’ll tell you which advantages speaking in public has in different environments.