Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.
Strengths and Weaknesses
Knowing your strengths and weakness will come in handy for convention speakers. It is a key in interacting with the audience at a level they can relate. Knowing what you are good at can help you put your message across better. When, as an individual, you, for example, are humorous, you can take advantage of that and make casual jokes here and there to lighten up a tough audience. This is a great advantage for convention speakers.
Sometimes you have a great life story that can help people relate to you better; use all things to interact better with your audience.
Be an Act
As a speaker, there is a higher degree of performing involved in the speech. It is more of a performance, though it generally relates to people’s business situations. As a result, think of yourself as an actor and try to build a personality as you speak. This allows you to bring yourself out to the audience. Think of it as costume party, except that people are only watching you.
Smile at the audience. This sends out a signal that you are open and are actually happy in that moment. This can loosen up many people in the audience and help you in delivering your message.
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