Public Speaking

Defining your topic as a public speaker.

One. What is your topic?

Two. Who is your market?

Three. Can they afford to buy whatever it is that you’re selling?

For what are the triggers that will make them by?

Five supply proof in your lecture.

Six. Put marketing programs in place.

Five most common ways to get your topic.

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One. It is assigned to you. Someone gives it to you and you talk about it.

Two. It is your passion.

Three. It is based on your knowledge. Do the research. This is important.

Four. It is based on your skill.

Five. It is based on your desire to learn more about a topic.

When you are defining your topic, give it wings.

Defining your topic. Further information.

As a public speaker is important to define the topics that you speak about by following simple practical steps.

You will find as an artist, there will be many times that you will be approached to speak publicly.

In one sense your topic is already defined. How do you make yourself unique given that the above is true? It is important to remember that whether you’re an artist, a student, a bureaucrat in the arts industry, everyone has their own unique story to tell, this is simply because everyone is different and has had different life experiences that brings them to the point where they are in their lives.

That said, everybody is in a unique situation when they have to define their topic. In the following few sentences, I am going to be giving you a quick rundown on simple direct ways to define your topic.

One. Your topic should be about your natural talent and ability.

Two. Your topic should be about your life experiences.

Three. Your topic should be about your knowledge and skills.

Four. What message do you want to take out there in your lecture or your public speaking engagement?

Five. What message do you want to own out there in the market? You are dealing in the marketplace with people’s perception of the fact, regardless of where you are delivering your public speaking engagement.

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