In this video, I talk about the four objectives all speeches have. The objectives are: Inform Inspire Persuade Entertain I also mention that to engage an audience you need to be: Knowledgable Confident Positively energetic Would you like me to speak at your meeting or event? I am available to […]
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Back in 1994, I took a Television Production Workshop at Santa Rosa Junior College. To pass the class, I only needed to create one 7-minute video. I ended up producing a 27-minute introduction to Toastmasters, a quick skit video and a music video. What can I say, I think big!
Anyway, this week’s video tip … and the next two … is excerpted from For the Love of Public Speaking, the longest project I did in that class.
The information in this video is targeted to people who are just starting in Toastmasters, which is why I mention a short presentation time and a wide selection of topics. But the basis of what I’m saying applies to anyone who wants to make public speaking a part of their business, as well.