Great speakers don’t just speak - they perform.
Whatever type of speaking you do - in business, socially, or for personal pleasure - you’re performing. We all perform roles day in and day out, every day of our lives. Public speaking is no different. To be effective in your speeches and presentations, accept this strong relationship between performance and success. In fact, the more you can connect with audiences rather than remaining in the comfort zone of your content, the more successful you’ll be.
Here are the Six Rules of Effective Public Speaking that will help you perform.
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