3 Tips Becoming Confident In Public Speaking

Hay, what's up! 

In this post, i gonna write something that i can share about Public Speaking. 


By the way, Have you ever been so nervous about making presentations and feel you wanna pass out?
If the answer is : Yes, i have - i suggest you to read this post 'till the end. 

Whether we're talking in a team meeting or presenting in front of an audience, we all have to speak in public from time to time. we can do this well or we can do this badly and the outcome strongly affect the way that people  think about us. This is why public speaking causes so much anxiety and concern. 

But the GOOD NEWS is that with through preparation and practice you can overcome your nervousness and perform exception well. You can following the strategies to become a better speaker or presenter. 


1. PLAN APROPRIATELY 



Plan here mean you'll structure what you're going to say. You must think about what kind of events. Formal, Semi-Formal or Non formal. 

Why is this so important?  

When you do this, think about how important a book's first paragraph is; if it doesn't grab you, you're likely going to put it down. The same principle goes for your speech: from the beginning, you need to intrigue your audience. 

2. PRACTICE - PRACTICE - PRACTICE 

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After you plan what you're going to say, read it and PRACTICE. There's good reason that we say "Practice makes perfect!" - Yea, you simply cannot be a confident, compeling speaker without practice. 

To get practice, seek opportunities to speak in front of mirror and others. You can see how yourself speak well or bad and don't forget to try speak in front of others, like Family, your friend, or you can join the club geared specifically toward aspiring speakers, and you can get plenty of practice season there.  

And then,  put yourself in situasions that require public speaking, such as by cross-training a group from another events to explore yourself better. Practice will help you calm your jitters and make you feel more comfortable with the material. Your audience can also give you useful feedback, both on your material on your performance.


3. PAY ATTENTION YOUR BODY LANGUANGE

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If you're unaware of it, your body language  will give your audience constant, subtle clues about your inner state. If you're nervous, or if you don't believe in what you're saying, the audience can soon know.

Pay attention to your body language: stand up straight, take deep breaths, look people in the eye, and smile. Don't lean on one leg or use gestures that feel unnatural.

Many people prefer to speak behind a podium when giving presentations. While podiums can be useful for holding notes, they put a barrier between you and the audience. They can also become a "crutch," giving you a hiding place from the dozens or hundreds of eyes that are on you.

Instead of standing behind a podium, walk around and use gestures to engage the audience. This movement and energy will also come through in your voice, making it more active and passionate.

So? Everyone can be better public speaker, right?

If you speak well in public, it can help you get a job or promotion, raise awarness for your team or organization, and educate others. The more you push yourself to speak in front of others, the better you'll become and the more confidence you'll have! 

Thank you, Miss ririn. 

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