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From an office presentation to a team lead meeting, from a school presentation to an extempore competition, and from a seminar to a workshop meeting- Public speaking surprises us at all phases of life. Knowingly or unknowingly, but you may have to speak publicly at some point in your life.

You can do it well, or you can do it poorly-its up to you! The prepared speech will entail claps and clamor. By contrast, the unprepared haphazard speech will leave you abashed.

So, if you want to stand in the former category, then jump in right there. In this article, we will tell you about public speaking, its importance, and how can you flag it? Or, in simpler words, develop your public speaking skills.

Let’s get started! Come along!!


A public speaker addressing a large audience

In a quintessential sense, public speaking is the live interaction or performance in front of the audience. It’s essentially a demo offered to the audience live. A plethora of subjects can come up in public speeches.

The purpose of the talk may be to teach, amuse, and persuade the crowd.Media technology usage as a digital slideshow further makes the speech more enticing for the audience.In the simplest form, public speaking is considered as the interaction of an individual with a group of spectators.


You may be of the view that you don’t have to make public presentations so, why do you need it? There are many contexts in which strong public-speaking skills can help you progress your career and have opportunities.

For starters, at a conference, you may need to talk about your organization, speak after an award, or teach new hires a class. Audients often speak with remote talks; for instance, when a virtual team is educated or when an online conference is arranged with a community of clients.

In other areas of your life, strong public-speaking skills are also essential. You may want to talk at a wedding of a friend, compliment a loved one, or encourage volunteers at a charitable function. In general, you will improve your image, boost your confidence and have endless opportunities as a successful public speaker.



Speaking before an audience doesn’t mean you can babble anything you like. Right? It has to be relevant and useful to the audience. Besides, it has to be in the language of the audience, most specifically, using the words and information as per the audience.

When you perceive your audience, you can beneficially craft your message. Moreover, it helps you to determine the apt choice of words, information, and organization model. Thus, apprehending the demographics of the audience is substantial to public speaking.


Are you a shy or an introverted type of person, like me? I know how anxiety tends to embrace all corners. That fluttering hands, shivering body, invigorated heartbeat, and what not!

But hold on! You have to transit that anxiety into acumen. For that, be well-prepared, or should I say be over-prepared to give a bang on execution. Provided that, you can even practice in front of a mirror or close friends. Moreover, you can solicit feedback from them for improvement.


Practice and preparation are the two core components of your stellar production. Not once, not twice, but practice multiple times until you feel confident enough.

After going through your notes several times, you can start speaking practice. For more effective results, you can record your video and check it out for corrections. Other than that, you can seek aid from your friends or acquaintances for preparation time.


Retain that communication is not just about what you are speaking, but also about what you are portraying. Hence, never miss out on non-verbal cues as they are inherently essential.

For one, try to retain eye-contact with one of the other people in the audience. It makes you appear credible and trustworthy. Not to mention, be careful to move your eyes throughout the audience and not stare at one person.

a public speaker using non-verbal cues and maintaining eye-contact with the audience

Secondly, your body posture talks a lot about you and your confidence. So, be wary that your shoulders are not slouching, your fingers are not fidgeting, and your legs are not shaky. Not to overlook, you should be well-dressed.

Thirdly, talk with your hands and eyes to emphasize a point. Moreover, work on your intonation so that the speech doesn’t become boring for your audience. Emphatic notions make public speaking brisk and lively.


Let’s stretch over with eradicating boredom, for that you can do more. Indeed people tend to feel more connected owing to the emotional value of your communication. To inculcate emotions add stories and empirical experiences of your life.

These experiences will not only make you sound more realistic but also enhance the interest of the audience. Also, narrating your experiences is much easier than narrating somebody else’s words. Don’t you agree?

Keeping in mind the popularity of stand-up comics nowadays, you can definitely add one or two punchlines to your speech. I believe there’s no harm in it. All in all, it will make your public speaking fun for you as well as your audience.

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