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Public speaking is the process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the listeners. In public speaking, as in any form of communication, there are five basic elements, often expressed as "who is saying what to whom using what medium with what effects?" The purpose of public speaking can range from simply transmitting information, to motivating people to act, to simply telling a story.

Good orators should be able to change the emotions of their listeners, not just inform them. Public speaking can also be considered a discourse community. Interpersonal communication and public speaking have several components that embrace such things as motivational speaking, leadership, personal development, business, customer service, large group communication, and mass communication.

Public speaking can be a powerful tool to use for purposes such as motivation, influence, persuasion, informing, translation, or simply entertaining.

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'How to be a Public Speaking Star'

How to be a Public Speaking Star you and yourself

Itís not just what you speak, but how you dress up, how you walk, stand, how you greet people etc that make your speech and you worth listening to. All the factors combined make you effective and a crowd puller. How often do we see a politician giving a speech in casuals or while sitting on a chair? Well not unless he wants to lose badly or is not in a situation to stand due to a broken leg. Keeping the following points in mind would definitely help you in your way to becoming Public Speaking Star.

Dressing up Right:

You must be comfortable in whatever you wear for the speech. But that does not mean that you wear a t-shirt while giving a speech in a formal get-together just because you feel comfortable in it. One must always keep in mind that itís not just the speaker who must be comfortable in his attire but also the listener must feel comfortable with the dress of the speaker. In order to find out what dress you should put on itís always better to ask what others or the organizers would be wearing for the occasion. Always try to avoid glittery or ornamental clothing. Try to be as simple and sober as possible (unless you are speaking at the Oscar night).

Your, Posture:

You must never stand with your body stooped or inclining to your left or right. Always stand straight. It shows that you are confident and poised. Never rest your body on the podium or dais. Keep your hands on the dais if you want to, although straight hands are much better.

Your, Gestures:

Leave your hands free after the greeting. But donít move them a lot, only as much is required. Keep your hands close to your body in the beginning of the speech. Later when you become comfortable with the situation use them to make gestures. Proper gestures along with the right speech can be really effective.

Maintaining Eye Contact:

Eye contact is always important while delivering the speech. When addressing a small gathering always try to look into the eyes of as many people as possible. Looking into the eyes of others makes them feel included and not left out of the speech and keeps them interested. On the other hand if you are addressing a larger audience then try to move your eyes slowly from left to right or vice versa. It helps in creating a rapport with the audience and keeping them interested.

Your, Voice:

All of the greatest speakers of our times have mastered the art of voice modulation to win over the crowd. Use your voice effectively. Keep changing the pace at which you speak. Put a lot of stress on the areas you want to emphasize. For example you may want introduce a new idea and its advantages to a group of people. It is always better to put a lot of stress on the advantages and quickly speak on the disadvantages. Change your pitch and tone as per the mood of the audience or the kind of environment. Such changes to your speech bring it to life.

The Choicest Words:

The words that you use in your speech should suit the audience. It should not bore them or make them feel itís not for them. Try to use a laymanís language when addressing a general public gathering to explain them some scientific fact or any other technical stuff. Using technical jargons during such occasions is like speaking in French in front of group of Japanese people. Instead try to add some words or one-liners of the local language. Also never mix languages a lot. A lot of speakers make the mistake of adding a lot of French or Spanish or Latin proverbs to make their speech impressive. All this yields nothing more than irritation of the listener.

So keep in mind these factors the next time you go out for delivering a speech and youíll see yourself climbing the ladder to becoming a Public Speaking Star.

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