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  October 2006 - Improving Your Public Speaking

"There are three things to aim at in public speaking: first to get into your subject, then to get your subject into yourself, and lastly, to get your subject into your hearers."
- Anonymous

This Month's Featured Articles

"After The Speech"
Usually the emphasis is on preparing the presentation begins. But if you speak very much, what you do after the speech can help you become a more effective speaker.
"From Trainer To Speaker: A World Of Difference"
A lot of trainers have aspirations to become professional speakers -- misled into thinking that because both involve speaking to a group of people they are the same.
"Incorporate Humor In Your Next Speech"
Anyone can use humor and that it is a valuable tool in speaking -- as long as you are comfortable, know what is appropriate, and find a way to link it to your talk.
"Make Your Technical Presentation Dynamic"
Often audiences listening to a technical presentation appear as though they’ve been given a sleeping pill -- but it does not have to be boring, tedious, and dull.
"Take The Fear Out Of Public Speaking"
Do you "feel the fear" when asked to do some public speaking? Public speaking is still one of our greatest fears and it turns grown men and women into nervous wrecks.
"The End Is The Beginning"
In a presentation, what people take with them to put into action or to connect with what they already know depends to a large degree on how you end the presentations.
"The Presentation After The Presentation"
Allowing the audience to ask questions is an excellent way to reinforce your message. So the Q and A is actually another presentation and vital to most speaking situations.
"The Ten Biggest Mistakes Presenters Make"
This article offers examples of ways in which to avoid, combat, and overcome the ten most common mistakes we all suffer through when attending public speaking programs.

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