The study of public speaking is interdisciplinary. To that end, you can expect this guide to cover a wealth of subjects that go beyond the actual presentation of the speech. Much of your public speaking success will depend on what you do before and after the speech as well as what you do when you deliver your message. So don't be surprised if you come across some information that you don't immediately see as a means to improve your public speaking. It's all connected.
Here's what you'll be able to do after reading this guide:
If public speaking has always been a challenge for you, there's good news. Few people are born with superior public speaking skills, most acquire them. As long as you are willing to learn and implement the techniques featured in this guide, then you can and will be an effective public speaker.
So whether you'll be taking the techniques you've learned here back to the podium or the boardroom, you'll have acquired enough information to develop your personal action plan for personal and professional success in public speaking.