If you’ve listened to my show regularly you would have heard lots of tools and techniques to help you communicate with confidence.
I really hope you’ve found them useful.
Whether that be to communicate more effectively at work, deliver better presentations, or be more confident when speaking in public.
- In Episode 15 – I shared how using a technique called the ‘Power of 3’ can help you to stand out from the crowd.
- In Episode 14 – I showed how using the ‘Power of the pause’, before presenting or public speaking can help you feel confident and connect with your audience.
- In Episode 54 – I shared why you should avoid turning your back on your audience when presenting.
It really is worth using these techniques whenever sharing your message.
However, when you feel comfortable and confident in using any of the techniques you hear on this show,
I would like to invite you to experiment with them, mix things up and see what works well for you and what doesn’t.
This will help you to become an even more confident and effective speaker.
In today’s episode I share why it’s good to learn the rules of public speaking and then break them.
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This post was written by David Murray