It doesn’t matter if you’re working or studying, in what field, in what country, or how old you are, to sell your ideas to others or strong people, we all must master communication at a high level. Successful in our work (or finding a great new job in an interview) with people near us, and many other situations. 

What is a good communicator? People have a common idea of ​​who a strong communicator is, and it’s the one who seems to believe it firmly and knows what they’re talking about. It is no exaggeration to say that if you can get others to understand your message, they will leave the impression that you believe it. Most people will give the impression that you can speak well.

Do you want to be that person? Then continue reading this guide. Here, we share a total of 10 tips in 2 blog posts that are considered to be someone who can connect with your viewers and get others to take action. 

1. Make a strong introduction.  

The ugly truth is that most of the time people don’t have time for you. Everyone is busy these days, so you need to start a conversation (or speech)  that is interesting to your audience from the beginning. If you can’t get people’s attention in the first 10 seconds, you’re unlikely to get people’s attention later.

2. Don’t feel the need to achieve perfection.  

You don’t have to give a perfect speech because you don’t have a perfect speech. Instead, focus on giving the right speech. The same speech sounds slightly different to each member of the audience. If you can reach the whole audience by the end of the speech, that’s fine. 

3. Select the word correctly. 

Adapt your word choices to your audience.  Each word in your speech should be important, otherwise, exclude them from your message. Use clear, simple, and clear language whenever possible. Avoid unnecessary jargon, conjunctions, or general idioms. Also, avoid your words leading to different ideas. Don’t try to combine two or more ideas in one speech. If you have multiple ideas, use pauses between topics to help viewers understand where you are.

4. Avoid self-doubt. 

The first disagreement or facial expression (such as the rotation of the eyes of the audience) should not be distracted by what you have to say. Once you start delivering the message you need to say, deliver the entire message without interruption. Evaluate if you are terribly lacking in self-confidence, and if not, consider preparing a speech or meeting with higher expectations. Preparing different answers to the questions that your audience can ask will help reduce anxiety and produce a reliable sound. 

5. Remember that you are talking to the audience, not yourself. 

No one knows what he is trying to say more than he is. So don’t think it’s easy for your audience to be in perfect sync with you. It is your duty to make it easy for them to receive your message. Avoid talking to yourself during your speech. It can’t build trust because it competes for ideas and appears to be away from the conversation.

Have you liked this guide? This is part 1 out of 2, so stay tuned for part 2! If you need more career advice check out the following blogs: 

7 Tips to Keep your Employee Happy Without a Raise

5 Tips that will Boost your Productivity

5 Useful Tips for Outstanding Team Management in 2022  


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