Monthly Archives: February 2014

Knowing Your Audience

There are many elements one has to look into before writing a speech. One of the most helpful things to do before preparing your speech is to know who your audience is. This is helpful because there will be many

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Comfort Zone

So, you have a speech to write. Have you been thinking about what you are going to talk about? My advice to you is to talk about something you know well. Some of may think that this is not challenging

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Understanding Your Nervousness

Did you ever wonder why your body suddenly experiences physiological changes when you go up to deliver a speech in class? Why is it that your heart rate speeds up, your knees start to shake, your voice quivers, or that

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How to Build Confidence for a Speech

Make sure you’re prepared, well-practiced, well rested, and dressed to impress. Instead of sweating your turn or feeling scared just remember to breathe and stay calm, cool, and collective. One precaution that should be taken is to try to figure

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