Art of Public Speaking:
The WOW! Factor
What do you do during your art of public speaking presentations that cause the audience to say WOW?
An aspect of the art of public speaking is to be "unforgettable"! There are many ways to be memorable, to WOW the crowd.
Dewitt Jones, a former photographer for National Geographic uses slides that literally give you goose pimples.
Tom Ogden, an award winning magician from the Magic Castle in Los Angeles uses, what else, magic.
Dave Gorden reels off with words a motion picture of a moving story about Walt Disney.
As an aspect of my art of public speaking, I use a special freeze frame video segment and shoot fire in the air, so folks say "WOW!".
In fact, there are many things that you can use or do to make your audience say WOW!
You may have great voice quality like my friend, author and former radio announcer, Rick Ott.
You may use your appearance like professional speaker Larry Winget who wears amusing
glasses and ties.
You might juggle, or use props, play a musical instrument, or sing a solo that brings the audience to their feet singing along, and then in applause.
If you want to push your name up the memorability chart, put something unique in your
art of public speaking
assignments that causes the audience members to go WOW!
"WOW! That's a speaker I want to hear again!" is what you want whispered about you in your
art of public speaking.
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