I. Getting it right
ps1-0. Introduction 1:07
ps1-1. Fearless public speaking 1:16
ps1-2. Remember why 1:41
ps1-3. Have something to say 1:54
ps1-4. Know your time limits 1:39
ps1-5. Research your topic 1:08
ps1-6. Write your introduction 1:37
ps1-7. The leave behind 0:42
ps1-8. Review 0:59
II. Preparing your speech
ps2-0. Introduction 2:04
ps2-1. Create your title 0:27
ps2-2. Start with your ending 0:36
ps2-3. Find your opening 0:28
ps2-4. Don’t memorize, outline 1:29
ps2-5. Show, don't just tell 0:28
ps2-6. Hands on training 0:28
ps2-7. Speaking, not just words 0:29
ps2-8. Review 1:30
III. Making your presentation
ps3-0. Introduction 1:03
ps3-1. Room setup 1:24
ps3-2. Schmooze your audience 1:30
ps3-3. Get the right light 2:04
ps3-4. Silence is loud 0:49
ps3-5. Gaze not glance 0:25
ps3-6. Dress for success 1:18
ps3-7. Review 0:58
IV. Course review
ps2-5. Show, don't just tell
Speak with images. Think of show and tell taught in elementary school.
"This is a red barn. This is the black and white cow. The cow is eating green grass."
Help your audience "see" your story by speaking in images. And then add information you might not be able to "show."
ps2-5p. Show don't just tell
Take your practice speech and create three examples that describe something the audience can see.
For example, do not just say, "nobody is living in the old building." Change that to, "The building was leaning like it was going to fall over. There were holes in the roof, three broken windows, and spider webs covering the front door indicating nobody had lived there for years."
Make sure the audience can see what you are saying.
Now, on video, record three examples where you are showing the audience. Practice before running the video. Make sure to send only one minute.