Every time we are asked to give a speech, we feel a sense of nervous energy flow through our body. We think “I hope that this turns out well.” We would give anything to be able to control the future and make this our best speech ever. Well, I’ve got some good news for you: you are in control and you can make that happen.
What You’ll Find Inside:
- HOW TO USE YOUR MENTAL TV TO MEMORIZE A SPEECH (OR ANYTHING)
- PRESENTATION PRACTICE: HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?
- LIGHTS, CAMERA, TV PRESENTATION? 4 TIPS FOR SPEAKING ON TELEVISION
- YOUR PRESENTATION VOICE: IS THAT REALLY ME?
The secret to delivering a great speech is to know how to rehearse your speech. The reason that so many of us don’t bother with rehearsing our speeches is for the simple fact that it takes time – who ever has enough of that?
The sad truth is that just how effective our next speech is lies in our own hands. Take the time to not only rehearse your speech, but rehearse it the correct way and then when it’s time to give your speech, you’ll be ready.
A big part of why we rehearse our speeches is because we want to remember what we’re going to be saying. There are a lot of different ways to go about doing this – some easy, some hard. I think that I’ve discovered a way that will make this task easy for every speaker.
Not every speech is the same. When we are asked to speak on Television, as more and more of us are, the rules are very different. As long as we know what the rules are, we can come away from this opportunity having been very successful.
Rehearsing your speech consists of so much more than just repeating your speech over and over again. Each rehearsal gives you an opportunity to work on your acting skills, your voice, and how you build the sentences that you’ll be using in your speech.
In this book all of the secrets to getting the most out of the time that you spend rehearsing for your speech will be shared. We’ll cover how to memorize your speech, how to deliver it, and how you can control what you sound like. After you have read this book, you’ll be able to rehearse for you next speech knowing that your time is being spent wisely.