Let’s talk about talking.
In our lifetime we all come across individuals with the ‘gift of the gab’. These are class clowns, sports teams captains and usually the most popular boy/girl in the group.
More than often they are not the most physically powerful or even intelligent amongst their peers, but they have one special ability that will make them rise above the rest.
They can talk.
Communication is probably the most effective weapon that you can have in order to carve a career, make money or capture the love of your life.
Figures show that you can boost your earnings over 30% throughout your lifetime by simply becoming a better public speaker.
When you want to lead, people will want to follow.
When you want to sell something, people need to listen to the presentation and buy you.
When you need to change the mindset of those around you a strong presence will guarantee a very high conversion rate.
It is imperative that you learn to get your message across in the most efficient way possible.
Contrary to popular belief, this doesn’t have to mean having a great voice, good looks or bags of confidence. Just a toolkit of tips, techniques and tricks that will get you the best results EVERY SINGLE TIME.
I want to share with you a million dollar secret that I have used to coach managing directors, celebrities and starlets to make a huge impact in their careers that will strip away 99% of your nerves, let you slow your delivery down to a pace that suits you and give you the ability to fluff your lines and still make a huge impact.
Simply put, NO-ONE KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO SAY – BUT YOU!
It doesn’t matter if you mess up your lines, don’t finish the full speech or dry up half way through. If they don’t know what they are missing, they won’t know what you didn’t say.
So you can prepare all you need for a speech (and I will share those techniques with you at a later date) but when you know that only you have the full knowledge of the content, background and desired effect, you have a very powerful position regardless of what the audience knows.
So next time you speak to a group or individual, think that your message will be complete anyway, people will fill the gaps you leave in their own minds and as long as you deliver with honesty and conviction, the battle is won.
Just remember to switch the microphone on.