The goal of public speaking is not to impress people. Those who intend to impress others only succeed in getting louder cheers and a few standing ovation. And are soon forgotten. The goal of public speaking is to make an impact. The speaker endeavors to change the lives of his audiences. He does that by […]
Do not compromise truth for politeness. You have to speak the truth and you do not have to apologize for doing so. It is not your fault that you are correct and some people are ignorant. It is not your fault that you can see what others cannot see and understand what others do not understand.
“No one is born a natural born speaker. There are people who learn how to speak well faster than the rest of us, I know. But I have not seen a new-born baby who speaks well. Everyone who desires to learn must put himself into conscious and deliberate study.”