Public Speaking Voice: How to Effectively Use Your Voice to Inspire your Audience James K. Evans

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Published: February 16th 2014

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Public Speaking Voice: How to Effectively Use Your Voice to Inspire your Audience  by  James K. Evans

Public Speaking Voice: How to Effectively Use Your Voice to Inspire your Audience by James K. Evans
February 16th 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 38 pages | ISBN: | 5.43 Mb

Deliver the Your Speech Like a Pro!Nobody is born a natural speaker. Just like many skills, public speaking is something that can be honed, practiced and perfected.You might be wondering how to develop one’s public speaking voice. If you are theMoreDeliver the Your Speech Like a Pro!Nobody is born a natural speaker.

Just like many skills, public speaking is something that can be honed, practiced and perfected.You might be wondering how to develop one’s public speaking voice. If you are the type who dreams big, you might also be thinking how you can use public speaking, your public persona and voice to inspire and affect your audience. In any case, this book is for you.“Public Speaking Voice – How to Effectively Use Your Voice to Inspire your Audience” is a complete reference material for beginning public speakers.Here is a Preview of what you’ll learn…History of Public SpeakingThe great people of rhetoric during the classical period up until the contemporary period are mentioned in this chapter.

It is essential to understand the history of public speaking to know the roots of the practice.Aristotles Three Means of Persuasion and Ciceros Five Canons of RhetoricIn this portion of the book, the Three Means of Persuasion as well as Cicero’s Five Canons of Rhetoric. These concepts were passed on from the Classical period.

These lessons have passed the test of time, that’s why they have remained significant through the years.Understanding the Elements of Public SpeakingFurther explanations required to understand the communication process were given on this part of the book. The smallest elements of a communication model were identified and explained. Among the elements discussed here are: (1) sender- (2) message- (3) channel- and (4) receiver. But the chapter also identified two commonly-neglected elements: (1) feedback and (2) noise.Contexts of Public SpeakingHere, the environmental and situation context were defined.

Also, gender and culture used as a context of public speaking were thoroughly discussed. One of the most important messages of this book was communicated in this chapter: without context, it is impossible for your audience to understand what you are saying. The speaker and the audience should be on the same page to avoid confusion.List of Benefits Derived from Public SpeakingThey say that public speaking is one of the most feared things. In fact, public speaking is a top phobia which is a lot higher than death in terms of ranking. It is more difficult to convince a person to speak in front of a large audience than to convince him to clean the bathroom.

This is because of the inherent fear and insecurities that a person has. In this chapter, the author convinces the people that instead of dwelling on fear and insecurities, they should look into benefits that can be derived from public speaking.Influence the World One Speech at a TimeIn the past, public speaking proved to be an effective venue for developing leadership and affecting change to individuals and the society. It is therefore not impossible to change the world one speech at a time.At present, you should realize that the applications of public speaking have already expanded.

It is now being used in the commercial setting, in the corporate context, youth sectors, and volunteer movements. Additionally, in the individual level, public speaking can be used to further enhance a person’s self-confidence and professional development.Be a Rock Star at the PodiumTalking in front of a large audience is a difficult feat- it can really be a scary yet a wonderful and fulfilling experience. Once you stepped in at the podium, you are sending a signal that you are soliciting everyone’s attention. It is also an indicator that you have something good and potentially life-changing to offer to your listeners.Take action today by downloading this book show the world how awesome your speech skills can be!



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