Public Speaking – Know Your Subject

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 Proficient public speaking requires comprehensive knowledge of the subject of your speaech. You may have perfectly pitched voice that is pleasing to the ear; be a master of delivery and have a great command of the English language, but despite all these attributes your performance still might be a flop if you are not thoroughly au fait with your subject.This lack of thorough subject knowledge is the rock that wrecks more public speakers’ ambitions than any other. Veterans of the after dinnercircuit frequently pop up with a talk at the sight of a breadcrumb, but often their urge to be heard is hardly worthwhile because they don’t know what they’re talking about.

Audiences quickly sense when your knowledge of your subject is shallow and your speech will go over like a lead balloon. Conversely, a person may not be considered a top-rate speaker and yet be much in more demand because he is a recognized as a leader in his field and knows his subject intimately.
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