By V. Berba Velasco Jr., Ph.D.
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Does speaking in public leave you tongue-tied? Do you stumble over
your words? Do you want to learn how to speak more eloquently in
front of a crowed?
Here's a simple tip for getting started: Talk about something that
you're passionate about.
Have you ever noticed how people sound more eloquent when they're
talking about something that's dear to their heart? They speak more
fluidly, and they're less likely to grasp for the right words. They also
speak with more confidence, emotion and conviction. And why not?
They've probably delivered great orations to themselves many times
before, in the privacy of their own minds.
Speak about what matters to you. Speak about what's dear to your
Of course, this isn't a magic formula for becoming a great speaker.
That sort of thing must come with experience. However, if you start
out by speaking about things for which you feel passion, that can help
you refine your technique and develop confidence.
As with most skills, the secret is to practice, practice and practice. If
you speak from the heart, then practicing becomes easier and more
effective—and a lot more enjoyable to boot.
About the Author:
>V. Berba Velasco Jr. is a senior electrical and software engineer at
Cellular Technology Ltd (www.immunospot.com, www.elispot-analyzers.de, www.elispot.cn) a biotechnology
company with its headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio.