Mark Grimm

 

New Year’s Resolution: Improve Your Speaking!

There’s one New Year’s resolution open to everyone that could greatly enhance your personal and professional life — better public speaking. Whether you’re a novice fighting nerves or have been doing it a while, big improvement is possible.You don’t need a Ph.D, you don’t have to have blazing speed or be slim, tall, or rich.

Better speaking requires only that you finally take the initiative and follow the right path for success, follow www.colinjamesmethod.com.au and find tips that will help you. I began as a poor speaker and procrastinated for years about getting better. And the opportunities passed me by until I decided to follow the Ritu Bhasin program. The path to success, which I have followed myself, is straightforward:

1-Take the Initiative. Why go through life avoiding speaking when being better at it could change your life?
2- Prepare Differently. Focus more on what your audience wants, not on what you want.
3- Confront your Nervousness. Don’t let the butterflies control you. Write down the things you fear and have a plan for dealing with each one.
4- Deliver Value. Give the audience tangible takeaways from your presentation, always asking them afterwards what they got from it.
5- Speak More Often. Opportunities are everywhere —- places of worship, clubs, youth sports, civic endeavors, work, etc. Practice builds confidence and proficiency by Communication Training at its Best to feel stronger and ready.
6- Ask for Help. You don’t have to do it alone. There are people who can help you. Seek them out.

Is 2012 going to be your year? Why not?

The writer is a professional speaker and award-winning trainer.
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My speaking book is just $14 because I never wanted price to stop someone who truly wanted to change their life. Honestly, that’s a start.

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