ART OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

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ART OF PUBLIC SPEAKING by Mind Map: ART OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

1. COURSE 5 - IMPACTING THE AUDIENCE LIFE

1.1. INACTIVE AUDIENCE

1.1.1. plan for a situation on the repulsive effect on the crowd

1.1.2. don't react to 1 % audience who are negative

1.1.3. have a task to deal with venom words

1.1.4. constructive criticism vs negative energy overflow from the crowd

1.1.5. work on you appearance, as it explains your nature

1.1.6. track on the sarcasm thrown on you to build a effective content on it for the next speech

1.1.7. if felt hurt, 30 sec reacting time is must to make yourself calm

1.2. TIPS

1.2.1. Rehearse & rehearse

1.2.2. practice with distractions

1.2.3. find your own style

1.2.4. know the environment

1.2.5. test all the equipments

1.2.6. work on time management

1.2.7. ask feedbacks to improve

1.3. CREATING IMPACTS ON AUDIENCE

1.3.1. understanding both type of impacts on the audience

1.3.2. how will the crowd react

1.3.3. does drama worked?

1.3.4. minding the minds

1.3.5. will they follow?

1.3.6. what i gave with my time?

1.3.7. what not to affect on a minority

1.3.8. how much the effect withstand?

1.3.9. when to start a new session

2. COURSE 4 - COMMUNICATING TO THE AUDIENCE

2.1. PUBLIC SPEAKING JARGONS

2.1.1. gestures vs body language

2.1.2. stage movement vs stage coverage

2.1.3. audience involvement vs engagement

2.2. ENGAGING AUDIENCE

2.2.1. CEREBRAL ENGAGEMENT

2.2.1.1. give them a bubble that you are a celebrity

2.2.1.2. make them understand you are wiser

2.2.1.3. give them a feel that you are going to change their life completely

2.2.1.4. make them understand you are unique by being yourself

2.2.1.5. engage them to be unique on their own style

2.2.2. PHYSICAL ENGAGING

2.2.2.1. create few dramas in the story or make the script dramatic which engage the audience

2.2.2.2. throw them a hi-five to make sure you are one from the same crowd

2.2.2.3. keep using a unique style of engaging phrase or a word throughout the script

2.2.3. show hands to drag attention of the distracted crowd

2.2.4. make them dance inside & outside

2.2.5. make them laugh & think on the content

2.2.6. ask for opinion in the mid session of the script

2.3. STRUCTURE OF AN EFFECTIVE SPEECH

2.3.1. include motivating stories or personal story of yours

2.3.2. provide more information throughout the script

2.3.3. keep educating the audience with a new trend or inventions or updates

2.3.4. inspire them with a role model or be a role model

2.3.5. spread awareness to the crowd on the untold stories of life or to a general problem in trend

2.3.6. don't forget to entertain the

2.3.7. congratulate every audience now & then

3. COURSE 3- WHO ARE ALL OUR AUDIENCE?

3.1. COMMUNICATING ON THE STAGE

3.1.1. THINGS TO DE BEFOR WE SPEAK

3.1.1.1. give a pause for 5 sec & observe the audience

3.1.1.2. be blank and choose 3 audience for eye contact

3.1.1.3. speak like a king with lots of confidence

3.1.1.4. practice to evaluate & improve

3.1.1.5. chits method, not the mirror

3.1.2. HOW TO START?

3.1.2.1. know your body language

3.1.2.2. drag the attention of the audience with a sign or a humor or an activity

3.1.2.3. concentrate on your legs too, work on the postures & positions

3.1.3. HOW TO END

3.1.3.1. remain the start to end the script

3.1.3.2. synopsis your speech to feel the soul of the session

3.1.3.3. make it a happy ending

3.1.3.4. don't force your understandings on the crowd as they have a different opinion

3.1.3.5. make them think for few minutes on the script and throw few questions to them

3.1.3.6. engage and leave the crowd with an activity

3.1.3.7. make them to search a content online and leave to increase the trust

3.1.3.8. give them few tasks to work on home

3.2. UNDERSTANDING AUDIENCE

3.2.1. MARK BOWDEN'S 15 sec law of audience attention grabbing

3.2.1.1. make them listen to you by stealing their whole attention

3.2.1.2. audience may vary, so use different strategies at the beginning

3.2.1.2.1. understand the body language of the audience to engage them deep

3.2.1.2.2. use humor as a biggest tool for grabbing attention of the crowd

3.2.2. listen to the audience before & after speech through feedbacks

3.2.3. understand the background of the audience & shoot out few known facts to them for the attention

3.2.4. strongly work on the feedbacks of the audience and improve your script

3.2.5. PRESENTING VS ENTERTAINING

3.2.5.1. have humor not a joke

3.2.6. BBB

3.2.6.1. build, build, build & blast

4. COURSE 1 - PREPARING FOR THE SPEECH

4.1. HOW TO WRITE THE SPEECH?

4.1.1. REHERSE THE DRAMA

4.1.1.1. what is the objective?

4.1.1.2. convey things shortly in a line

4.1.1.3. who are all the targeted audience?

4.1.1.4. how long will be the play?

4.1.2. SOUL OF THE SCRIPT

4.1.2.1. make them understand your journey with your personal stories

4.1.2.2. add salt & pepper to the cooked up stories

4.1.2.3. add your favorite quotes to make the session alive

4.1.3. highlight current NEWS

4.1.4. mention the references from where you researched it

4.1.5. make sure the dates & number mentioned are accurate

4.1.6. SCRIPT STRUCTURE

4.1.7. make sure you are relating the information to the audience pulse

4.1.8. keep adding the soul factors for the script to experience it for the audience

4.1.9. close the script with an audience activity

4.2. SCULPTURE A STORY

4.2.1. create a story the crowd never heard off

4.2.2. prepare your mindset for the audience response

4.2.3. if felt bored, jump to the other track

4.2.4. know the gravity of the audience, their grabbing ability

4.2.5. work on the navigations of the script from left to right & top to bottom

4.2.6. make it really simple for the audience to understand

5. COURSE 2 - DEVELOPING YOUR CONTENT

5.1. CONTEXT OF THE CONTENT

5.1.1. calculate the productivity of the script in audience lifestyle

5.1.1.1. keep on asking various questions on the content

5.1.1.1.1. imagine both positive & negative impacts on the audience

5.2. EFFECTIVE CONTENT DELIVERY

5.2.1. keep evaluating the progress of your pre-script

5.2.2. make sure you have a full control on your script

5.2.3. work on natural facial expressions to communicate easily with the audience

5.2.4. keep updating your content with current situations

5.2.4.1. make sure the data collected is relevant with the story & humor you script on the stage

5.2.5. work on your vocal ability

5.2.5.1. have a count on words per minute

5.2.5.1.1. natural WPM

5.2.5.1.2. stage WPM

5.3. BE BOLD ON THE INFORMATIONS

5.3.1. handling numbers

5.3.2. google searches

5.3.3. pronouncing names

5.3.4. strong informations

5.3.5. sensitive contents