Know the Rules
The Points to Remember - Speaking in Public
Careful preparation is the basis of good presentation.
Talk to your audience - not at them.
Think of the audience as your friends and keep them with you.
Speaking in public is an extension of ordinary conversation.
Use words that this particular audience will understand easily.
The language must be clear, and the voice loud enough to be heard.
Make sure of your pronunciations by using a dictionary.
Correct posture, relaxed and comfortable, is essential for adequate breathing and good voice production.
Accept interruptions graciously.
Be humorous only if you can be appropriate. Tell stories or jokes that support your argument or apply to the immediate situation.
Use your own personality - BE YOURSELF.
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