6 Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking Voice

When most people think about how to improve their public speaking skills, they often overlook one of the most important tools at their disposal: your speaking voice.

Common public speaking tips might include how to start your speech or how to combat nerves, but your voice influences the impact of your speech and can make or break its success.

Fortunately, you can learn to use your voice, just like playing a musical instrument, to increase your power and persuasiveness in any conversation or speech that you give.

All you need is a little bit of guidance, so now I’m going to walk you through my 6 tips to help you improve your public speaking voice. … Read more

15 Ways to Start a Speech + Bonus Tips

You have heard the saying “First impressions are lasting; you never get a second chance to create a good first impression.”

The same is true when talking about how to start a speech…

The truth is, when you start your speech, you must focus everything on making a positive first impression on your audience members.

Here are 15 different ways to start a speech as well as 2 extra BONUS tips at the end…. Read more

9 Tips to End a Speech With a Bang

A good talk or public speech is like a good play, movie, or song.

It opens by arresting the listener’s attention, develops point by point, and then ends strongly.

The truth is, if you don’t know how to end a speech your key points may get lost.

The words you say at the beginning, and especially at the end of your talk, will be remembered longer than almost any other part of your speech…. Read more

8 Public Speaking Techniques to Wow Your Audience

What is the goal of professional speaking?

The goals of professional speaking are to entertain, inform, inspire, and to get the audience to take action.

The truth is, in order for your presentation or speech to have its greatest effect you need to be able to entertain and wow your audience.

I’m going to give you 8 ways that I use in my speeches to keep my audience on the edge of their seats until the end of my talk…. Read more

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