Alternatives to How to be a Public Speaking Star
There are alternatives you will need to consider if you want to be a public speaking star. These alternatives will include asking questions, seeking out alternatives and views, searching for fewer answers, a willingness to change, including your mind. You will also need to lay your hands down on the table, write each thought, examine each problem that comes into a different viewpoint, construct views in reason and so forth.
One of the biggest mistakes speech givers make is, believing the center focus is on stage. This is not true, since if you do not write a quality speech you will fall on your face, regardless of how prepared you are on stage. I am here to catch your fall by informing you on how to write a quality speech while preparing to give this speech on stage. Get ready and fire up that brain.
To become a public speaking star you will need a well-written informative speech. You will need to prepare of course while seeking out all alternatives of facts and view points. Some people will tell you there is not a single view point that will provide a permanent resolve on any problem. This is far from the truth. In fact, truths have been discovered that resolved many problems. Therefore, as you research your information to apply in your speech search out all view points carefully to see what it can bring to the table. Let your intuitions guide you as you move along.
You will need to ask questions even if you think you are stupid. Asking questions is the smartest thing you can do regardless of how many questions you ask. People are reluctant as they grow older to ask questions because they feel people will view them as a dummy. Get out of this state of mind and learn by asking questions. As you ask the questions use your intentions to find answers. Always write down any theories, guesses, opinions, thoughts, facts and so forth while writing your speech, regardless of how stupid it may seem at the time.
Some of the questions you may ask while writing your speech is what are the topic as an overall perspective. After asking the question you can jot down the overall theme, and then follow pursuit by writing down a list of topics.
Ask you what the details of the speech are. After writing the details, make a list of assertions, terms, arguments, and so forth. If you see the problem areas ask yourself what you can do to resolve these issues.
If you find a resolve search your mind and research the answer to see if it is a truth. If you find the answer in reading materials gather evidence to support the facts. Search through the material to locate information missing, incomplete information, faulty facts, and errors in the logic. Search through the material to see solved problems and how they were solved, as well as finding answers to the problems unsolved.
Now you can move into the next step, which includes altering your thoughts to find newer ideas. As you search for the facts, try to find the best possible answers and narrow them down.
Once you find the facts, prepare to change your thinking, especially if new ideas come your way. If you fail to have the ability to change view points you might as well stop writing.
Now you can lay it on the table. This means you will recite and review the information gathered, examine the details carefully and revise them as new facts or solvers come your way.