Who says public speaking can’t be practiced and perfected? Many people think that great orators are somehow magically born with the art of public speaking! That somehow they had the ability to stir up the masses with their words. Though true, albeit to a certain extent, anyone can become a great orator with enough practice!
Remember that clichéd statement, “Practice makes perfect”, well, that’s what you need to do first. Start speaking up! Be it any event, like a wedding, a dinner party etc. Speaking up in front of a small audience helps develop much needed confidence and can tell you how people react to a speech.
If you look at great orators, both from today and the past, you will notice that all of them have a distinct style of speech. They combined and phrased their words in a beautiful and an eloquent way, that left their audience moved! You can do that too. Let’s see what we can learn from great orators of today and from those of the days gone by:
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