Ever hear a boring speech introduction? Every been introduced poorly? As a presenter we are responsible for our introduction. Do not take this lightly. Even though you may be able to overcome a poor introduction, why not “Set ’em up” for listening and connecting to you?
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Darren LaCroix, 2001 Toastmasters World Champion of Public Speaking
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WOW ! This changes everything! Why didn’t I think of that? Amazing way to get the audience primed for your presentation. Genius…..Pure GENIUS!
Roz, thanks for the kind words. I am glad that you enjoy the blog. In a world of 6 blliion people, there are undoubtedly some who are born with a gift for public speaking. However, I do believe that Emerson got it right. Most great speakers are made, not born. It takes time, effort and commitment. We might not all be able to join the ranks of the truly great speakers; however, I do believe that becoming an effective speaker is something that is within reach of anyone who applies himself or herself.Cheers!John