February 6, 2016

One prop, many meanings

Fellow speaker,

Speech coach Jeremy Donovan suggests you can use one prop to have multiple meanings in your speech. For example, World Champion Speaker Randy Harvey gave a speech where a chair became over the course of a speech, a car, another car, a rock, a couch, and his mom.

Giving props,

Tim Wilson
Professional Speech Coach
Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com

February 5, 2016

Use the AVP!

Fellow speaker,

Professional Comedian Robert Kleiner suggests you focus on AVP in your speeches:
  • Authentic
  • Vulnerable
  • Passionate
AVPing,

Tim Wilson
Professional Speech Coach
Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com

February 4, 2016

It's all in how you say it

Fellow speaker,

Speech coach Jeremy Donovan suggests you speak in different volumes and rates to create different effects:
  • Emotion - soft and slow
  • Authority - loud and slow
  • Passion - loud and fast
  • Suspense - soft and fast
Effectively,

Tim Wilson
Professional Speech Coach
Free speaking tips at: http://speakingquicktips.blogspot.com