By Karen Kalish
A consultant to making a presentation that opens brilliantly, is intriguing all through and closes memorably. The e-book offers 5 steps for training a speech; recommendations for question-and-answer events; how you can use your arms extra successfully; and extra.
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Ask a rhetorical question. So which will it be? Higher taxes or less education for our kids? Sometimes you'll answer the question, and sometimes you'll leave the audience hanging. If your opening was a rhetorical question, you can use the same one for your closing. For example, So I ask again, When will the American taxpayer put his or her foot down and say, "No more"? Page 36 Offer a bit of advice. This can be a bit tricky, so be careful. Most people don't like to be told what to do, especially when it has to do with judgment.
Room cold," he said. At the end of thirty years, he was asked the same question. "I quit," he said. ''Good riddance," he was told. " The message is that it doesn't take much to leave a negative impression. Ask a rhetorical question. So which will it be? Higher taxes or less education for our kids? Sometimes you'll answer the question, and sometimes you'll leave the audience hanging. If your opening was a rhetorical question, you can use the same one for your closing. For example, So I ask again, When will the American taxpayer put his or her foot down and say, "No more"?
Great speakers demand and command attention. The public-speaking teacher Dale Carnegie said that speakers need three things: 1. To have earned the right to speak on the subject. 2. To have and to convey deep feelings and convictions that put sparkle in the speaker's eyes and emotion in his or her voice; some call this passion. To have many examples, stories, anecdotes, and analogies to illustrate the speaker's points and messages. You can be an outstanding, powerful, and passionate speaker. You can impart enthusiasm, authority, and credibility.
How to Give a Terrific Presentation (Worksmart Series) by Karen Kalish