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Two rules for public speaking

Two rules for public speaking

  1. Never use words that people don't understand.
  2. Ask questions to engage with the audience.

Remember, everyone is scared on stage one way to lessen it is preparation.

  • Stand and pause for a few seconds to cause anticipation (oh! What happened?)
  • Then start with a bang
  1. Doing something unexpected or different.
  2. Yesterday (Related event).
  3. No fake appreciation.
  4. Start with your strength.
  • Everyone should have his/her signature appearance/props/stuff.
  • Make the first minute of fame sounds captivating.
  • KISSS- Keep it short, sweet, and simple, People are busy, they don't have time, so don't make your message lengthy.

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This piece of work is the journey of the author himself, telling and guiding the readers while sharing his own experiences. He describes selling, negotiating, generating ideas, public speaking and personal branding while stating that how our education system is not taking care of the important things.

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