Posts for December, 2016

PUBLIC SPEAKING UNIQUENESS

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

All Public Speakers are unique. Just like no one in the entire world is exactly like you, the same holds true for professional speakers. Watching the recent Canadian and American elections gives us a glimpse into a politician’s weaknesses and strengths in their presentation style. They offer the newest tends in public speaking. They all have negatives and positives. We can learn a lot by watching their presentations. What do we dislike? What do we like? This evaluation helps us to zero in on our own preferences. There are always good and bad characteristics of every speaker. They speak too slow or too fast. They pause too often or stumble on their words with fillers. I prefer to focus on the positives in the following Public Speakers. If we look at Donald Trump. the President elect, his strength in his delivery lies in his conversational tone in his speeches to his audiences. He makes the audience feel he is talking directly to them. He at times appears parental in his wisdom and guidance. Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, is poised, formal yet sincere and theatrical. We as listeners feel his integrity and humanity. Anthony Robbins, this generation’s life coach […]

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