How to speak clearly in public
Speaking clearly and efficiently proposing your ideas is a must in modern society. This is so because there is really nowhere in the world where you will not find people speaking language and since they speak, you must equally know how to speak it very well as them. We would be lost in society if we can't speak clearly.
Do you know many people have missed good opportunities in their lives just because of the inability to speak clearly or voice out their viewpoint? Yes!! It happens everywhere, even around you. So, in order to break this some kind of a curse is to learn how to speak clearly, right?
How to speak clearly
- Try to speak slowly: You have no idea how helpful it is to give your words an extra second or two to fully come out of your mouth. Pausing also works, because pausing allows the person you're speaking to digest all of the words you've just said thereby making your speech clear to them.
- Practice grammar: If your grammar is bad, there will be a high probability that your thoughts and ideas may not be perceived clearly. You can still improve the clarity of your voice by reading a wide range of books to expand your vocabulary. Inserting a few appropriate, intellectual words here and there can make you seem smarter. But beware, if used incorrectly or out of context, you will not be taken seriously.
- Think before speaking: That will keep your head clear and faster for what you're going to say. The reason some great speakers make errors in speaking is because they usually speak very fast. They speak so fast in such a way that they even make errors without even realizing. This simply means that, if you speak slowly, you will mind every word that comes out thereby controlling what you saying. You might want to (silently) say the words to yourself to make sure what you are saying is right.
Final words on speaking clearly in public
Try listening to yourself using a voice-recorder. Usually, this will help you determine what you would need to work on. When in a conversation, take some time to ask if the other person understands what you're trying to say.
If they don't, try rephrasing what you just said. Keep it simple. Sometimes, a simple explanation is all you need to speak clearly. Don't over think it when you speak to others because you may end up making the situation worse.
Try to be natural--think 'flowy' as you speak, not "what else/next" to say. Feel 'flowy', take good, relaxing breaths and think of an image that brings soothingness, like swimming in a heated swim pool at night or drinking refreshing smoothies, to dancing to a favorite song or reading your favorite book.
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