Let your silence speak for you


I found recently that there is a name for the fear of public speaking: glossophobia. Nervousness at having to deliver a speech is common, and is found even in great speakers. It is said that Winston Churchill tried to gain confidence by writing out and memorizing his speeches, but gave up, and turned to impromptu presentations.

 

When you are required to make a speech in public, you first think of preparing the text of the speech, with questions such as gathering material, library work, how to memorize and rehearse the speech, whether and how to use notes.

 

Getting your script ready and memorizing your speech can be only one half of the project. The actual delivery is a different cup of tea.

 

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English: Sir Winston Churchill.

English: Sir Winston Churchill. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

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