Public speaking and the effort to find your ‘voice’

The hardest thing for most speakers to develop is not a new speech, or even their charisma, but rather their own uniqueness. Most people take years finding out what makes them individually special — the one thing that they can do, or see, or understand that is theirs alone.

That is what public speaking coach Nick Morgan calls “voice.” Alas, it is rare and elusive. In a recent blog post, Morgan offers a set of questions public speakers should ask themselves to help push the process forward and help you discover that “voice” sooner than later.

Click here to read his take on the subject.

Mike Consol teaches public speaking, PowerPoint presentation skills and business writing workshops to companies and business professionals. Contact him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 925-449-1040.

 

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