Preperation, Practice, and Repitition

“Good public speaking is based on good private thinking.” – Scott Berkun

Do you consider yourself a natural public speaker?  If you say no, don’t worry you’re not alone.  Becoming a good speaker takes preparation, practice and repetition.  Sure, some are more comfortable than others to get in front of a crowd and be the center of attention.  But just because that isn’t you, doesn’t mean you can’t improve or should give up.  Take a look at these top 10 tips for public speaking from toastmasters.  Notice how the majority concentrate on what you do before you even take the stage?  Simplify your message, know your audience, and remember: proper preparation prevents poor performance.


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