Make it Understandable

If your audience doesn’t understand you, they can’t be persuaded by you. To be an effective communicator, you’ve first got to be a clear communicator. To be a clear communicator, you must use words, phrases, examples, and visuals that are understandable, and you’ve got to deliver them at a pace that the audience can absorb.

How can you do this? Let us count some ways… Read more

I enjoy searching the internet to find valuable resources for public speakers. I hope that you find this information useful and I would appreciate any comments you might have.

To your success in public speaking.

Fran Watson, DTM

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