3 P’s of Delivering a Great Speech
"People fear public speaking more than death. I bet some of you got a little anxious just reading the word “speech” in the headline."
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Mines how to rock your speech by preparing, focusing, and presenting with passion.
Notes the need for a focus on the 3Ps:
- "POINT" find your one point, focus on it, and do not deviate from it. Evaluate your audience to find what will entrance them, and state it briefly
- "PREPARATION" Nervousness and lack of preparation are different, and your audience can tell the difference. They will look past the first, but shut down on the second. As Twain confessed, “It usually takes me more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech.” A rule of thumb is 1hour of preparation per minute of speaking. You never truly speak Impromptu.
- "PASSION" Your emotion and energy for your message is more important than the message itself.
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