It’s just as important as asking questions. Sometimes listening to the sound of our own voice can help us be a bit more confident and to say the things we believe in with conviction.
Sometimes we slur our words, stutter, and even mispronounce certain words even though we know what it means. So in a group, don’t be afraid to ask if you’re saying the right word properly..
There’s a lot to say when it comes to directing your attention to your audience with an eye-catching gaze. It’s important that you keep your focus when talking to people, whether it’s an individual or a large group. People need to be engaged.
A smile says it all. Don’t frown or look sad in a meeting or a gathering, unless it’s a wake. You can better express what you’re saying when you smile. Also a little bit of humour can do wonders to lift the tension, or worse boredom when making your speech. That way, you’ll get the attention of the majority of the crowd and they’ll feel that you’re just as approachable