In this episode I share with two techniques to add to your speeches and presentations that will show others you are a public speaking expert.
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I call the first technique ‘Power of 3’. If you can think of an inspirational speaker, they will use the power of 3 in their speeches.
This is because it is an effective way to A: Structure your speeches (think start/middle/end), B: Share information in a way they helps you and the audience recall your message (e.g. my favourite foods are: 1. Pasta, 2. Fish, 3. Pineapple). C: Makes your speech sound more structured, engaging and attractive from the viewpoint of the listener.
I call the second technique ‘Alliteration’. This is where you combine two or more words in your speech that start in the same way. For example: ‘Dirty Dancing’, ‘Sweet Song’, ‘Blue Bird’.
It is easy to add alliteration into your speeches and feels like music to the ears of the listener, because your speech will sound more structured, fun and engaging.
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