How to become a better Speaker and WriterBecoming a better speaker and author
Pauses for 8 to 10 seconds.
A break for two or three seconds, the crowd will think you have missed your seat. Break for five seconds and the crowd begins to think the break is intended..... and begins to wonder why. A break for ten seconds and even the folks who were submerged in Angry Birds can't withstand looking up. Then, when you begin to speak again, the crowd of course 1) accepts that the break was deliberate and 2) determines that you are actually a self-assured and adept speaker.
Just like Mother Earth, a humble speaker loathes a void and hastens to fill it, and only self-confident orators - like you - are safe in the still. Whilst it won't be simple, take a long break to collect your thoughts and the crowd will give you automatic comps. You ask the public a simple questions - and you can't respond.
The speaker asks issues to involve the public, but this technology is often enforced and tends to work as well as possible. Ask a qestion instead that you know the crowd can't respond to, and then say, "That's okay. The fact that you don't do it - and are willing to confess it - not only humanises you, but makes the public more aware of what you know.
" Many businessmen believe that they should profit from a talking commitment to promoting a good or a good quality products or services, winning new customers and building a larger business alliance. Make sure the public benefits from what you say; never try to achieve more than one thing. If you help a person improve their work or private life, you have done everything you need to do.