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How to Speak in Public in 5 Easy Steps


Knowing how to speak in public could be something you’re struggling to master. And this is no exception to the African American community. The fear of speaking in public is evident in 10% of people having it. Find tips in this video and tutorial article to help you stand in front of people and confidently speak while delivering the message effectively.

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Here’s a YouTube Video on how to master the art of public speaking.

Vusi Thembekwayo explains how to speak in public. Video credit: @vthembekwayo

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Steps to Help You Speak in Public

Are you looking for easy ways to speak to an audience in public effectively? Here’s how.

  1. To grab the attention of your audience, have something unique to offer. 
  2. For authenticity, use your unique lived experience in your speech, something that only you can narrate.
  3. Find out why the audience needs to hear what you want to say
  4. Repeat your message four times as you speak. 
  5. And in the fourth time, relay your key message differently from the other three times. Do so in a unique and impressive manner.

Even experienced public speakers can develop fear and anxiety when about to speak in public. So you’re not alone. But what distinguishes speakers is the ability to focus on the presentation and ignore the little voices that trigger doubt and low self-esteem. This is how to speak in public confidently.

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The YouTube video is by Vusi Thembekwayo, the youngest African businessman to appear on the Entrepreneur Magazine cover page.

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