06/12/2018 Jennifer

Delivering a message that counts requires a compelling, simple narrative, but we can be crippled by fear of public speaking. It’s nearly impossible to eliminate nervousness, but being organized in your message and confident in your purpose can help ease anxiety.
It is important to start preparing for your message by answering the following question: “What is the takeaway that you want people to have?” Then, you move backwards and explain your topic, show evidence for why this should be taken seriously. Next, show a case study or share a stories. Lastly and most importantly, we must empower the audience to respond by a call to action. If you forget this step, your speech may be inspiring at the moment, but it is will only last for a short time and soon be forgotten.


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