How to Speak Confidently in Public

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I am sure no one dares to say that he or she doesn’t have fear for speaking in public.

Just except it and if u knows cooking properly then leave your worries behind because in this blog I am going to make you expert for speaking in public.

Speaking in public is a fear for a lot of people, whether it’s giving a speech, a toast at your friend’s wedding, or being called on in class. It may never be your favorite thing, but you’ll be far less likely to throw up in front of your audience.

The average person ranks the fear of public speaking higher than the fear of death. The truth is, this fear could be hurting your professional and personal life.

Is this you?

In business, it is essentially important for you to be able to get your point across. It is likely that all of us will one day have to speak in public. The fear of public speaking is very real. However, there are techniques to help you overcome your fears. There are even ways to help harness your energy in a positive way.

Keep reading if you want to know why I compare specking in public with good cooking.

What is the recipe for confident, fearlessness public speaking?

What are the ingredients of confident public speaking?

How can you become a fearless speaker?

For me good recipe need proper mix of required ingredients to make it more tasty and delicious. So it’s the same apply to speaking in public the recipe for how to become fearless as a public speaker involves a careful mix of passion for your message plus a large sprinkling of authenticity.

So let’s get cooking…

CONFIDENT PUBLIC SPEAKING INGREDIENT

Get Organized-Know your subject and speech and memorize your speech

-Know your audience

-Pick the right type of speech

– Have a clear structure

– Use the right language

– Smile at the audience

Practice and Prepare Extensively

Eliminate Fear of Rejection

Watch Yourself in the Mirror

Record Yourself and Learn Your Voice

– Give Your Speech to another Person

Just try this and you become a

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