Public Speaking excellence can be enhanced by the ritual of using a Warm-Up Program, customized to your needs, prior to every speech. It shouldn’t take more than fifteen minutes but will reap the rewards of you being fine-tuned and polished. Some speakers enjoy the pretentious accolades of appearing as a “natural”, “gifted” or “born with” talent of public speaking skills. Professional speakers are not born but “developed “ through hard work, perseverance, practice, coaching, and training.
So next time you watch an “off-the-cuff” speaker, be sure that this was a result of planned, dedicated hours of preparation.
The Speaker Skills Warm-Up Program is specifically designed to help you achieve your peak performance level. Once you embark on a speaking career you are considered “a speaking athlete” requires powerful voice dynamics, outstanding platform mechanics, and an effective presentational style.
Following is an outline of the list of the Speaker Skills Warm-Up Program In Eight Steps:
Step # 1 Preparation and Planning—strategies, tips, exercises
Step # 2 Eye Contact—strategies, tips, exercises
Step # 3 Relaxation Starters—strategies, tips, exercises
Step # 4 Voice Dynamics—strategies, tips, exercises
Step # 5 Affirmations—strategies, tips, exercises
Step # 6 Visualizations—strategies, tips, exercises
Step # 7 Non-Verbal Communications—strategies, tips, exercises
Step # 8 Relaxation Closers—strategies, tips, exercises
The “Three P’s”, are the most important strategies for achieving a professional public speaking level. They are “practice, practice, practice”.
However, before you “practice”, you must have a good understanding of your weaknesses and strengths in public speaking. If this is not observed, then you are not moving forward only repeating patterns over and over again. This is where an evaluation by a professional vocal coach should be employed to help best determine your faults and skills.
Excellence in Public Speaking is achievable. Visit our Warm Up Program page and discover how you can transform yourself into a professional-level speaker.