Does the thought of giving an impromptu speech turn your heart to ice?
Do you dread the day when you will be asked to speak without preparation?
Public speaking is notorious as the number one fear, but when most people think about making a speech or giving a presentation they are not usually imagining standing up there and spouting without having any time to prepare. Yet any of us could be unexpectedly asked to 'say a few words'. So if you don't have any time to prepare, how can you 'be prepared'?
The key to making a good impromptu speech
The key to giving unprepared talks isn't having any number of topics 'stored up' in your head ready to be rolled out when the occasion demands. The key is getting very familiar with, and really comfortable with, the essential structure of a good short talk, and then practicing threading any topic that you might briefly speak about into that structure.
In a nutshell, the essential talk or presentation consists of:
the introduction - you tell them what you're going to tell them
the talk - you tell them
the recap - you tell them what you've told them
This structure is extremely flexible and allows you to concentrate on the bit in the middle that really matters - the talk - and create it out of only three or four 'main points'. 'Making three points' is a far less scary proposition than 'giving an unrehearsed speech'.
But it can still feel pretty scary if you've never done it, so it's good to know that there is a powerful and effective way to start training your mind to 'think on its feet' and be ready to come up with those three points when you need them. And the even better news is that spontaneous speeches created on the spur of the moment are often the most memorable and entertaining.
How do you do it?
Hypnosis can help make it so easy to give an unprepared talk
Impromptu speech is an audio hypnosis session created by psychologists with wide experience in public speaking and in helping people overcome internal blocks and barriers. Listening and relaxing regularly to this download will help you
feel more and more relaxed about being asked to speak unexpectedly
enhance your creativity and inventiveness
deeply embed the principles of unrehearsed presentation
easily remember what to do when the call comes
look forward to every opportunity to speak
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