Author: Janek Tuttar
Are you worried about public speaking requirements in college? Are you wondering if there are other ways to demonstrate your knowledge without having to stand up in front of a classroom? If so, then this blog post is for you! We’ll discuss the different types of speaking classes available at most colleges and universities, and provide tips for managing any
Are you a person with vision loss looking to hone your public speaking skills? If so, then this blog post is for you! Public speaking can be a daunting task for anyone, but we’re here to show you that it doesn’t have to be. We’ve compiled some tips and tricks so that you can make the most out of your
Anyone who has ever been in front of a crowd knows how nerve-wracking it can be. For some reason, being in front of a group makes us feel as if we’re the center of attention and everyone is staring at us. In reality, the people in that room just want to hear what you have to say, but you don’t
There are a lot of kids who are getting anxious when their parents force them to go out and meet other people. This is because children don’t like being forced to do something they don’t enjoy. As the saying goes: where there is a will, there is a way; and that holds true here as well. Fortunately, there is now
The usual situation when giving a speech is this – the closer you get to starting, the harder your heart beats. Breathing becomes more and more difficult, and it feels as if someone is sitting on your chest. The only clear thought hammering in your head is, “But what happens if I fail?” Are you familiar with this situation? If
There are lots of public speaking related books that have a chapter about “how to use humor in a speech.” Also, most of them suggest that you “start with a joke.” Of course, it seems like a good idea, because everybody loves a good laugh and everybody loves a chuckle. So, how to use humor in a speech? Here are
Delivering an informative speech seems somehow easier than giving a big sales pitch or giving a speech at a conference. There are all sorts of speeches in the world that seem difficult (persuasive, impromptu, etc.), and therefore giving an informative speech seems like a piece of cake. However, here’s the challenge. If you’re trying to communicate with people, it’s not
Here’s the thing about public speaking: it’s one of the few things in life where you can be 13 years old or you can be 5 years old, and you can actually be better than your parents or lots of other adults. This is not true with driving and other dangerous skills that are only available to adults. But public
Someone significant in your life has passed and it is now time to deliver a eulogy. The responsibility is on your shoulders. Of course, it’s a sad time but it doesn’t mean there can’t be some lightness brought into it – even humor when done in an appropriate way. So, how do you deliver an effective eulogy? It’s an opportunity
What do you think of when you picture yourself up on stage giving a speech? You may mentally plan out your movements, your mannerisms, and your speaking points, but how much thought have you given to your tech? The gadgets for the presentation you plan to use on stage can make all the difference when it comes to delivering a
Believe it or not, but I get asked about stage fright almost every single day. Fear of public speaking is something that holds back a lot of speakers with great potential. This is a widespread phobia that many people I’ve talked to have struggled with. Fortunately, I’ve decided to put together a full guide for my readers who are struggling
This post is going to give a bunch of great public speaking tips for women, but I am sure that there are a lot of men who can also benefit from these tips. If you are a woman trying to improve your public speaking skills, I do have good news for you: most men who give speeches and presentations are
When it comes to speaking in front of a large audience, there are all sorts of chicken and egg issues. If you just tell yourself it’s not a problem, then you can be conversational and very relaxed. So, how do you speak to a large audience? You’ve got to have a specific goal for your speech and you should think
You’ve been nominated for an award and now you have to give an acceptance speech. It might be an Academy Award where the whole world is watching or it might be an award for the best coach in your little league. Regardless, it’s still important and you would like to look good while giving this speech. So, how to give
Hi! My name is Janek Tuttar, and I am the founder and author of SpeakAndConquer.com.
I have been teaching and blogging about public speaking since spring 2007. Here, I am sharing the wisdom of how to cope in different public speaking situations.
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