Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The all-in-one on using emotions (all kinds) when you speak

Emotion's an important part of your public speaking arsenal of skills--no matter which emotion you're conveying.  It'd be a dry world for the audience, indeed, if speakers conveyed no emotion.  To help you consider all the possibilities, here's a roundup of posts on all kinds of emotions speakers can use (or may encounter) in presentations, speeches and more:
How to pull it all together and add emotion to your presentation?  Try these tips that work across the full range of emotions:
Where's fear? you ask. Fear and public speaking deserves its own roundup, but if you're impatient to get started, you can find all my posts on that prevalent emotion here.  Feel free to share your own tips for using emotion in the comments.

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