Ever wonder how to prepare for a speech
in the most effective way possible?
Or are you the person who NEVER prepares, and wings it every time, and thinks you’re pretty genius?
You probably are. That’s awesome.
But here’s the thing. The next time you get up on stage to speak, preparing for and rehearsing your talk is one of the best things you can do for yourself, your audience, your business & the world.
I’m not kidding.
I know you’re probably thinking “But when I prepare, I get all stiff and self-conscious. It doesn’t feel like me. I do way better when I wing it.”
I believe you…sort of.
I’ve been in the camp of non-preparers, for sure. But as I move forward in my speaking career, I find myself preparing MORE.
You’d think I’d need to prepare LESS as I go.
In someways, that’s true. I spend less time creating the talk.
The talks are written. Got that dialed in.
I’ve given the same talks a bunch of times, so I don’t have to create a new talk every time I give one. I tweak it a little for each particular audience, but the basics of the content is the same.
In fact, I prepare for a speech MORE.
Since the content is crafted, and tried & true, I now get to spend my time honing in on the most specific language, nailing the parts that previously I stumbled over, getting the transitions to flow like melted butter, and feeling ease & flow in my offer.
That’s what I want for you.
Listen to this video below where I share a few of the best ways I prepare for a speech.
Be sure to share how YOU prepare for a speech in the comments below. And let me know how it goes the next time you speak!
See you out there!