I must start our by stating that I believe there is good stress and bad stress. As in most things in life, there are opposites: good and bad, yin and yang, light and dark…(you get the idea). Let’s start with the good kind and then work our way along the continuum.
The secret to great coaching skills training singapore is that you, the speaker, should move in addressing your audience: your audience should not. You will discover that your ability to move, just as if you were in conversation in your living room, will create immediate intimacy with your listeners. Making eye contact with them, smiling, and speaking with emotion will further that intimacy. They, in turn, will be so caught up in listening to you that they will not move. The coughing, the sneezing, and the restlessness will not occur because you will have them riveted to their seats.
If people love being held in suspense, why has this decidedly un-suspenseful series been so unfailingly successful? Because people also love clarity. If they are going to be led on a journey, they want to know where they are going and why they are going there before they set off.
There are two schools of thought on this type of sweating. Some believe it’s all in the head. It’s a mental condition that can be solved by changing thoughts. The other school of thought is that stress warms up the body which causes the body to sweat. Both of these theories have merit.
When you are public speakings, your goal is to communicate with your listeners. This then becomes a two-way street. Their response to you is part of the communication process. This is where the human touch comes into the picture. If you speak to your audience, making eye contact with them and acknowledging their reactions to your message, then you are communicating.
Prepare your speech – Whether your speech is scripted or impromptu, you should always prepare for it. Read more books and perform further researches about your topic so that you would be fully loaded with information by the time you stand in front and talk.
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