A common problem in a person’s day-to-day life is public speaking or interpersonal communication. According to speechmastery.com, public speaking is defined as “The process of speaking to a few or many people with the purpose of informing, motivating, persuading, educating or entertaining the listeners.“ There are many situations where public speaking is used, whether it is speaking to a crowd or speaking to a small group, giving presentations or giving explanations, reading out instructions or reading out stories. Speaking effectively can even help with one’s career or even a job interview. Thus, public speaking is used everywhere and it is very important to obtain effective public speaking skills. One should understand and learn what it is that involves being an effective public speaker. One can acquire these skills with practice, practice, and practice.
For one with no knowledge of public speaking, one should research the skills of an effective public speaker. The kind of information one should search for are strategies for public speaking. There are many sources that contain different strategies. One should read each strategy or practice some of the different strategies and see which best suits him or her. Some strategies may use steps to become an effective speaker. Some strategies use tips to become an effective speaker. Some strategies use training to become an effective speaker. Because everyone has different learning styles, there are different strategies for one to use to better help understand what one is learning. A common problem during public speaking is stage fright. There are also strategies to cope with stage fright. That information may also be in steps, tips, tricks, and training. This information can be attained through the internet, books, articles, instructional videos and audios, people, tutorials, and schools. There is not one defining solution to public speaking, or there would be a limited number of...
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