Whether you have an important business meeting, presentation, conference or lecture, here are a few steps you can take to become a highly persuasive speaker.
The majority of people stop reading books after they graduate because they think it’s not necessary. However, reading is vitally important to your career success. Most successful people have a habit of reading a book for 30 minutes a day. When you read each day, you improve your vocabulary, knowledge and memory. This helps you to speak professionally and persuasively in your everyday life.
Highly persuasive speakers always know what they are talking about during the presentation, meeting or conference, because they prepare their speech and read all necessary information well in advance. When preparing your speech, look for good examples, epithets, metaphors and even quotes that will help you to better express your thoughts and ideas. Your speech shouldn’t be boring, it should be interesting and capture everyone’s attention. You should also read some additional information in order to be ready to answer to any questions.
I’ve asked many famous speakers about their secrets of successful speeches. One of the most important key to success is practice. Practice helps you identify your mistakes, improve your speech and body language. Whether you practice in front of your family or friends or in front of the mirror, stay confident and speak clearly. Don’t stop and don’t give up. Your mistakes will make you smarter and more successful so don’t be afraid of them.
4. Start your presentation with a hook
When it comes to presentations, the most difficult thing to do is probably to grab your audience’s attention. Successful speakers know how to hook the audience’s attention with their first words. Prepare a great opening that will make everyone listen to you attentively.
1.answer to 符合；适应
The answer to your question – what will we learn from this collapse?
2.talk about 谈论某事
We all have goals and dreams – whether or not we ever talk about them, or write them down.
When Hua was walking attentively, he was stunned at a cross he saw in the street.
4.be afraid of 害怕
Do not be afraid of the loneliness of enlightenment.