Public Speaking is about using entire body

Public Speaking is about using entire body.

Public Speaking is about using entire body

“Public Speaking is about using entire body”

If you are planning to deliver a spectacular speech,consider this advice.

Public Speaking is a whole body affair.

#Head: Memorize with rehearsal of your speech and you will feel more confident in front of the audience.

#Mouth: Speak using intonation,stress on key words will help engage with your audience. Remember, silence is a fantastic tool.

#Hands: Use and orchestrate hands gestures strategically to make your message meaningful.

#Eyes: Use it to engage and let audience feel that you are talking to each one of them. Avoid excess blink of your eyes as it conveys a confused state of mind.

#Ears: Listen to the mood of your audience,feel if and adjust your expression likewise. Listening is as important as speaking to impress your audience.

#Back: Stand-up position with your back in symmetry will make you appear professional, authentic and dynamic.

#Legs: Don’t cross,sway or shuffle your legs while speaking else you will appear nervous or disinterested in your talk. Plan your leg movement in advance.

Public Speaking is a whole body affair.

Making Speaking Easy.

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Author Sherry is a Public Speaking Coach in Delhi.


Founder & President
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Lead Trainer,CEO

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Public Speaking Coach,Professional Speaker,TEDx Speaker, Josh Talks Speaker,

Corporate Facilitator,Author,Certified Communication Coach,Certified NLP Practitioner,Certified Life Coach

Delivered more than 100 keynotes in last 4 years of his journey of speaking.

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