No matter how great the message is, public speakers can’t keep their audience interested. Ed Rempel Review prepares a little bit in advance to keep them engaged.
Take a look at them
Public speaking is a fundamental part of public speaking. However, eye contact is the most important aspect of public speaking. This is the hardest thing for new speakers to keep in touch with. Many speakers stare at their notes or look at the wall from their feet while speaking. You can make the audience feel that you are not even trying to address them with your message. They won’t listen.
Keep an eye on your pace
Nervousness can manifest in your speaking speed. Nervousness can cause you to speak very fast or slow. Either you ramble on and on, or your sentences become overloaded with fillers. Keep your pace steady. Most speakers are good at pausing. You can also mumble a few words, and then pause at the cliffhanger if you are nervous. This will keep your audience interested and ready to listen.
Visual aids for the Minimalist
Use slide presentations to communicate your ideas. Your audience won’t be able to ignore you as they read the slide. It is also not a good idea to repeat the words on the slide. You can communicate your message better if you only use visuals, such as graphs, and explain them.
You can add some body language to the hand gestures you have learned in public speaking clubs. You can walk around the stage if you have the ability to take the microphone out. Act out the story you are telling as a guide. This will add humor to the story and keep your audience’s attention on you.
You can do so much more to keep your audience interested. Although the message of each speaker is inspirational, it is the delivery that will stick in the minds of the audience. Be entertaining, not just inspiriting.