Learn Public Speaking At ExpressIt Posted By Sagar Agarwal,

Learn Public Speaking At ExpressIt
What if I tell you that you too can develop the tremendous art of public speaking? This might have ignited a fire within you to know how public speaking will help you and it might have even inspired you to master this phenomenal art.  The only way to master something is to plunge into it, i.e. to learn and practice it.  “There are a great many “wet-less” bathing suits worn at the seashore, but no one ever learns to swim in them. To plunge is the only way.” - Dale Carnegie

First, What is Public Speaking?  Public Speaking, as defined by Google, is the process or act of performing a presentation/a speech focused around an individual directly speaking to a live audience in a structured, deliberate manner in order to Inform, Influence or Entertain them.

In Simpler Terms:  Public Speaking is Expressing what you want to say before an audience to Inform, Influence or Entertain them. (As defined by Sagar Agarwal- ‘ExpressIt’)

Let us also see How Does Public Speaking Help YOU?

As I said earlier, Public Speaking is Expressing what you want to say.   When you express your feelings and open your mind towards the outer world, you let yourself free. In addition to this, you learn to present yourself and your message effectively. This enables you to create an enhanced personality, which is another advantage. You not only deliver a thought but also inspire, entertain or influence the audience. You get the opportunity to network with an unlimited audience, you develop courage, build confidence, learn to argue, develop your debating skills, learn to persuade and much more that you Experience by Yourself and in yourself.

My dear friends, Public Speaking revolves around one simple thing- If you have something to say that is beneficial to the audience, craft it according to them and deliver it with a story.  Before I take your leave, REMEMBER- You’ve best expressed yourself if you’ve said it with a SMILE.

Say it with a Smile

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Sagar Agarwal,

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