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Making a great speech for your presentation

We’ve all heard the saying, the first impression is the last impression. While, this might not be necessarily true in all situations and under all circumstances, while addressing an audience this certainly holds. Your audience may be meeting you for the first and probably the last time, so you get just this one shot to […]

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Visualization and public speaking

Often we play and replay situations in our head, creating alternate scenarios to the incident that actually happened or are to happen, that is simply visualizing. They say visualizing what you speak is the best technique to experience the speech you are making or going to make, without actually making the final presentation. It helps […]

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Speaking to Diverse Audiences

We all know that speaking to a diverse audience is not an easy task as facing a large crowd that has eyes focused on you waiting expectantly to hear what you have to say is not easy to handle. The various backgrounds and different languages spoken by the audience require different kinds of techniques to […]

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7 elements of public speaking

The greatest of speakers get nervous before they walk up to the stage, so you are no different. But, learning to channel that nervous energy in the right direction is all about taking those butterflies in your tummy and turning them into goosebumps on someone’s skin! Public speaking at Chatterbox teaches you a lot of […]

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Beginning your speech

Saying all the right things matter, but putting them in the right order and sequence hold equal weight and value too. Like we say, morning shows the day, it is the apt beginning of a speech that gives the audience a glimpse of what to expect. Hence, making a mark right at the start is […]

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Turning Verbs into Actions

Does this image jump out at you? Like, you can feel the emotion behind each word penned down. Well, that is an art in itself, choosing the right words that stand out. The same goes for presenting a speech in front of an audience. Using the same old words and a boring script only makes […]

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Storytelling and Public speaking

It was seconds before I was to go on stage, the biggest delivery of the night, presenting my side of the story. The defense had just got off the podium, delivering an impeccable perspective to their side of the story, and now was my turn, to speak. To present a point that would change the […]

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NLP and Public Speaking

NLP or Neuro-linguistic programming is a sophisticated technique of using various behavioral changes and grounding mechanisms to make public speaking a whole lot more approachable. Sounds like a whole lot of gibberish? Let us break it down for you. We as humans have a natural mechanism of processing language which we often forget when we […]

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Speak and be heard!

A lot of us can speak, but how many of us can make a speech worth listening? Public speaking may seem easy but unfortunately is an art that not everyone possesses. Effective communication is not only about the speech but a lot more about the effective delivery of that speech to an audience. It is […]

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Body Language- Communicating without words

A person’s persona is defined not only by their effortless communication skills but their suave display of unspoken emotions as well. They say your body language speaks a lot of the way you are as a person, in spite of being a non-verbal way of speaking. Your movements and gestures invariably give out the message […]

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