The way we talk is exactly how people judge us every day of our life. Unfortunately, most people make more effort in the text messaging protocol than they are concerned about orally communicating with others. If this is you, do not feel bad. You are in the company of millions. Contrary to them, however, there are some easy ways to get to know the way others understand when trying to get the point.
first DESIGN important conversations or presentations.
All important conversations or presentations need specific purposes. You can not just do that or that, and I hope your listener (s) somehow get the point or guess what you want to say. Your goal is to communicate in a straightforward, direct, positive and powerful way with your CENTRAL TOPIC or SUBJECT.
2nd Learn the students.
If you have the benefit of knowing about the people you are talking about in advance, then this is a huge benefit. This can help you decide to be casual or formal or mix the two modes of conversation best. One thing is certain: We are now living in a society that respects shortcomings. Talk or talk as short as possible.
The best way to read a list of all the points you want to do is read it briefly. Go over the list and cut off what you want to say, which you definitely have to say about the subject. Take each of the points left and write a paragraph on each one. When you're done, it's the essence of your speech. Less is always more.
3rd Avoid excessive use of graphs and statistics.
As anyone sees a graph, or a statistics table appears in a presentation (or someone has thrown a bunch of numbers during a conversation), it tends to stop it. Graphs, charts, and statistics are in place and this location is in a print, an e-mail, or a file that students can access later if they need it.
4th Be aware of SPEAKING STYLE.
Say you clearly and at a moderate speed? If you talk too slow or too fast, you've lost your listeners. Make sure your pronunciation is clear, the sentences are short, you use simple words instead of college textbooks or you're legally speaking and do not try to sound like a motivational speaker in a real estate association. Strive to blend perfectly with loud, passionate, cohesive and clear sound while staying calm.
5th Do not let yourself or others disperse.
Most of the gatherings, conversations and many performances allow for the offer and the recordings, questions, and comments. Sharp people who disagree with you or on another agenda always try to get complicated questions or provocative remarks. You can hold the students and write down (or describe someone else) with a short note of complicated questions. Explain that these questions can be better managed and answered at a different time. Provocative remarks are another issue. They require redirection.
Someone would say, "Do not you know that it is impossible to do this within the limits of our current business plan (or model)?" This is an invitation to keep you away from the topic and is challenging to all those you or you will say. You have to answer: "This is your opinion and an exception that you should know or you can choose to make such remarks as a reminder at a different time.
6. Never try to be a coma
Leave comedy for experts, okay giving a little humor to certain types of conversations or presentations, but it is never essential to be considered a person who does not have a sense of humor, but it would not be better to think of a clown.
7. Avoid using a boring, exaggerated or off-topic Students and Displays
If you use PowerPoint or something, do not leave it for more than thirty seconds on the screen unless it is essential. Each one is ultimately a visual reminder of exactly what you say to your audience while the slide slides. The same applies to board or other displays, which are easily confusing or disturbing the hall if you are not using it properly. I highly recommend that you have many different presentations on different topics online before creating your own. Take notes and let's see what works and what does not. This helps to avoid the subject or excessive graphics or photo selection.
8th Make a KNOCK OUT PUNCH.
No matter what you say during a conversation or presentation, the thing that everyone remembers is to end it. You have to save the best to the last. There is some fact, statement or surprise that everyone blows.
ninth Make the students feel the same with their topic or topic as you are.
People always judge how important a goal or topic is for you is how much effort has been made to communicate with you. If what you want to say does not seem to matter to you, it looks exactly the same to them. Your words are ambassadors to others. If you use it wisely and with a lot of preparation, they stand out before those who hear it for a long time after you have finished the conversation.
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