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These chapters contain three types of additional information to add to your speaking toolbox. These extras are offered as text boxes and article formats. They are:
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Within these chapters are brief segments titled Tips from the Pros. These articles have been submitted by a guest author who will offer insight into a particular issue that speakers nd challenging. I asked each of these pros to contribute to this book because he or she excels at the topic being discussed. I ve seen them, heard them, and know their reputations. I m proud to call many of them friends. Enjoy the Tips from the Pros segments I know you ll get some good suggestions from them, and make sure to read the biographies at the end of the book. Each includes contact information if you would like to follow up with any of the contributors.
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You ll nd small text boxes titled Bonus Points in each chapter. Each one gives a quick suggestion to handle speaking situations faced by professionals and beginners alike. Some of these points are discussed elsewhere in the chapter and some stand alone as a great reminder for you as a speaker.
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The boxes titled Speaking of . . . give you de nitions or describe topics that might give you added credibility when you take the stage. You ll nd everything from ways to avoid procrastination and quotes that will make you think to memory techniques and safety tips in these boxes.
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Take a deep breath and have some fun with public speaking. As an executive speech coach and public speaking professor, I promise you that speaking really can be fun and I know you ll nd lots of suggestions and ideas within these pages. Enjoy the journey.
PART ONE
GETTING STARTED
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What Do I Do First
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All the great speakers were bad speakers once.
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A Jump Start
It s of cial. You have to give a big, high-stakes presentation. Does that excite you Send you running for shelter Make you feel a sick day coming on Regardless of your reaction, I ve found one tip for getting started that helps almost everyone: As soon as you know your topic, take fteen minutes of quiet time, and start listing everything you might talk about. Create a straight-line list of any information, activities, facts, or examples you might include. Don t edit or arrange your ideas yet; just keep listing possibilities. At this point you re creating a simple brainstorming
Getting Started
event just for yourself. When you ve emptied your mind of possibilities, put the list away, and move on with your normal activities. Whether your presentation is two days or two months away, your mind will keep generating ideas. You ve just given yourself the gift of getting started!
Speaking of . . . Procrastination
Seven Ways to Stop Procrastination 1. Set a timer for fteen to twenty minutes, and commit to work on your presentation for only that amount of time. Sometimes the momentum makes you want to keep working. If not, you ve still gained twenty minutes of productive work toward your nal product. 2. Break your large project into small segments, and tackle just one. Presentation tasks can include learning about your audience, researching a competitor, or nding graphics to support your message. Completing even a little piece of the project can feel great. The tasks all add up. 3. Stop waiting to start until you know how to do it right. Just start on a piece of the project now, and polishing it up later is usually easy. Perfectionism only increases anxiety. The rst stab at anything is often the most challenging just start! 4. Keep a journal for all of the tasks you ve accomplished so far. Simply seeing everything written down can be very motivating. 5. Find an accountability partner. Create a pact with a friend or colleague who also has a project to work on. Set a regular time to report your progress to each other. Motivation can come from holding each other accountable. 6. Change the way you think about the project. Excessive optimism about your ability to work best under pressure is as detrimental as the feelings of fear and anxiety that keep you stuck in inertia. Dieting is a good analogy. For many of us who want to lose weight, the excuses for starting tomorrow are innumerable. Then suddenly an event like a wedding or class reunion is on the horizon, and we try a crash diet. The diet usually fails. 7. Reward yourself for accomplishing tasks. Choose something simple like taking a walk, watching your favorite TV show, or eating ice cream as reinforcement for a job well done. Thinking of a motivating reward can be tough for those of us who tend to reward ourselves all the time. If that s the case, choose one thing a food, a TV show, or an activity that you can tie directly to your reward system, and use it exclusively as a reward. No cheating!
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