May 21st, 2016 by divider

The Art of Public Speaking

Joseph Berg ESENWEIN (1867 – 1946) and Dale CARNEGIE (1888 – 1955)
The Art of Public Speaking by Dale Carnegie and Joseph B. Esenwein is a manual for people who have to speak in public, and it is still in use today. Whether the occasion in question is sharing travel experiences with friends, a toast for newly-weds, or a public debate, the tips and tricks collected in this book will come handy anywhere.

The book describes how to make effective use of one’s voice and gestures, how to gain and convey confidence in front of a large audience, and which methods to use to convert the listeners to one’s own cause. Each chapter contains examples and a list of practice exercises. The last 15 sections are real speeches by famous men to function as a study aid. (Summary by Availle)

Genre(s): Self-Help

Language: English


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May 19th, 2016 by divider

Harvard Business School’s first annual B.S. Contest. Contestants give a 7-minute pitch to a Powerpoint presentation that they have *never seen before*.

Sponsored by the HBS Public Speaking Club!


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May 18th, 2016 by divider

My informative speech for Public Speaking class on the modern state of Israel.


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May 15th, 2016 by divider


Yes, Public Speaking is overwhelming. However, to understand it in simple terms let me start with a simple question: Do you drive a vehicle? Well, Public Speaking is like driving a vehicle full of passengers to their destination. Do not get carried away with the simplicity of that statement before you understand that the word ‘vehicle’ is co-related to ‘speech content’, ‘driving skill’ is co-related to ‘speech delivery’, ‘passengers’ is co-related to ‘speech audience’, ‘road’ is co-related to ‘stage setting’, and ‘destination’ to ‘speech objective’.
The first time you drove – did you switch on the car, change the gear, accelerate, and drive on the freeway? I hope you said, “No”. How was that first learning experience when you learned to drive? I am sure you felt overwhelmed even before starting the car. Similarly, starting to speak in front of an audience can be overwhelming. It is just natural. With driving, you start off learning primary activities such as acceleration, applying brakes, changing gears, maybe using the clutch, steering, etc., as separate skills. Similarly, in public speaking, the primary elements, such as content creation, eye contact, voice modulation, hand gestures, facial expressions, stance, movement, etc. are also learnt as separate skills. In driving, I am pretty sure you had to drive ‘x’ number of miles in order to learn to perform the primary functions in a smooth manner. To illustrate better, you start the vehicle, then, you look out on the road and at the same time you change gears, press down on the accelerator, and steer and you are finally rocking down the road. Even in public speaking, after you speak ‘x’ number of times, you will need to have your voice modulated, proper eye contact with your audience, gestures worked out and maybe a few other things, all working in unison before you are rocking on the stage.
In order to make the drive interesting and enjoyable for you and your passengers, you can equip your vehicle with a stereo system; adjustable seats; food, and much more. Even when speaking, you can make it more enjoyable for your audience by telling stories, creating humor, using visual aids, along with other things to keep the presentation interesting and enjoyable. In this context, you and your passengers, experience the journey. In public speaking, you and your audience also experience the journey. The similarity in these two activities comes in the same way. In the case of driving, unless you know where you are going, you waste not only your time, but that of your passengers. Similarly, if you are unprepared when making a presentation, you waste your time and your audiences’ time as well. If you do not have a purpose in mind before you start to speak, you won’t know how you want your audience to act, think or feel after your presentation, whereas you should.
As every drive has a purpose, similarly every public speaking presentation also has a purpose. Now for example, your drive to work is important. In this case, you ideally would not stop and while away time on leisure activities. But if you are on a long recreational drive, you can stop, have fun, and spend time on leisure activities. Similarly, public speaking presentations have different purposes. For example, your purpose could be to inform your audience (a technical presentation), to entertain your audience (an after dinner speech), or to persuade your audience (a sales presentation). However, there can be deviations. For example, maybe you are the type of person who prefers to have fun on the drive to the office; similarly your presentations can have entertainment while still being informative.
Once you know to drive, you can do many things – you can go to the office; you can go on a date; you can go shopping; you can take your kids to school or take your parents on a surprise trip. Once you learn public speaking skills; you can speak with confidence: at your job, at your community, at a business presentation, at your school, on a variety of topics.



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May 14th, 2016 by divider

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I will help you overcome your fear of public speaking. How and why……..read on!

Welcome to http://ABCSpeakingSkills.com, where people learn to speak without fear. We know there are millions of people in the world who suffer from a fear of public speaking. Indeed, speaking in social groups is even a problem for this group of individuals. They feel it affects their work, their career, their education. It affects their social life. It affects their love lives. Perhaps, most importantly of all, it affects their overall sense of self-confidence and well-being.

Now that makes me sad. It makes me sad because, when I think of all those people and all of those fears, I think about all the conversations in the world that are poorer because these people are not participating. There are decisions that are made without people’s input. There are friendships that are not as rich because certain words are not said at the right time or in the social situations that people interact in. That makes me sad. If you multiply that by millions of times, because there are millions of people, then the world is enormously poorer because people don’t participate and interact. This fear of public speaking has a significant effect on the world, and I want to solve that. It makes me sad, and I’m going to do something about it.

If you are one of these people that suffers from a fear of speaking in public, I’ve got great news for you. My name is Dan Howden. I’m a public speaking expert, and I’m going to help you solve, remove, that fear of public speaking for free. I want to remove your fear of speaking in social groups so that you can achieve your potential.

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine died. He was only 43. That’s very, very sad, of course. He lived perhaps half his lifetime, or his expected lifetime, and his death made me realize that now is the time to do the things you want or need to do.

I have a passion for public speaking, and I wanted to give something to the world. I know I’m enormously fortunate. I feel so lucky in my life. I have a lovely family. I enjoy what I do for a living. I just can’t find anything really to complain about at all. I know I’m very lucky and I recognize that. I want to give something back to the world for free.

I look at what I can do, and who needs that help, and I see millions of people that could probably benefit from my help, and so I’m going to do that. I’m going to give it for free.

Well, of course, I have my own expertise. I’m a competent toastmaster. I have won European standard championships of public speaking, and I’ve been helping people to overcome their fear of public speaking for 11 years. You get my input. Of course, you get my input for free, but there’s more. I also have a team of scientists, actors, other public speaking authorities. I will assimilate and bring together all of their content and tips to help people to make that step, to really go from being fearful about public speaking to being able to speak in public.

We will produce content that is relevant to taking those first steps. That’s the ABC, of course, in ABC Speaking Skills, the foundation of what we do. My team will produce the content, I will bring it together, and I will put it in one place. So all of those experts’ opinions are gathered together for you to use.

We want to get everybody up to that basic level of public speaking and confident public speaking. We want people to feel, at least, comfortable. Maybe, not a superstar, but comfortable. Please, if you like what you hear in this project, socialize it on Facebook. Socialize it on Twitter. Give me feedback, and I promise I will listen. Together, with my team and with me, you will help to have an enormously positive effect on the world. You will help yourself, you will help others, and together we’ll have made that big difference.



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May 10th, 2016 by divider


Hi there and welcome to #KINDLEMONTH! This week I give you 5 practises that could help you overcome your nerves and ace your public speaking, whether it be a presentation or a speech!

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May 5th, 2016 by divider

Produced and hosted by public speaking coach Eric Feng. Find out what are the 3 most important lessons that have been taught by the champion speakers.


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May 1st, 2016 by divider

مبتعث سعودي في أمريكا يقدم برزنتيشن عن وضعيات النوم و أثرها على الصحة بشكل عام.

Here’s an example of informative speech in a public speaking class. My topic was about Sleep positions.
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April 30th, 2016 by divider

Get public speaking tips! Learn how to speak clearly in your speech with this free video clip about public speaking workshops.

Expert: Tracy Goodwin
Bio: Tracy Goodwin has received numerous public speaking awards and has been a college professor of public speaking, interpersonal communications, voice and diction, and business speech for over a decade.
Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA


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April 29th, 2016 by divider

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