deliver a powerful speech-an opening

The opening of a speech determines if your audience will listen to you or fall asleep. Your audience is determining in that one to two minutes if you have something interesting to listen to or should they start thinking about what they will do after your speech. This article will give you a few tips to deliver a powerful speech opening for your next speech.
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1.The first tip in delivering a powerful speech opening is:
– Start with a powerful body stance
– Appear tall and full of confidence
– Your back should be straight and shoulders up right
– Your face should be up and eyes looking at the audience
– Your legs should be shoulder width apart
– Your arms should be up and out towards the audience.
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2.The second tip in delivering a powerful speech opening is:
– Speak your first sentence loud and clear. You want your audience to hear you. The person in the last row should not have to strain to hear what you are saying.
– Use vocal variety to increase and decrease the volume of your voice. You do not have to shout. You do not have to whisper.
– Focus your eyes on your audience. Make eye contact with audience members as you speak.
– Use pauses between sentences. Do not use Ah’s, Um’s or other filler words. Pauses allow your audience to think about what you just said. Pauses are very effective in public speaking.
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3.The third tip in delivering a powerful speech opening is to open with a statement that is inspiring, motivating, encouraging. Your statement should grab your audience and say Wow! Do not open with a joke. Do not open with a sad story. Powerful speech openings have powerful messages.

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