Being a Professional Speaker requires of us to be organized, captivating, and most importantly, memorable. However, before we achieve the preceding goals, preparation is paramount. If we don’t take care of the small things that one could consider irrelevant, chances are that we won’t achieve our speaker-objectives.
Below are some questions I have asked myself before I go on any stage. And don’t get me wrong; I’ve learned the hard way. I hope you can take advantage of the questions.
Are you clear about who is in the audience and their connection to our organization?
Do you know how long you have to Speak?
Do you need a signal to wrap up your talk?
Do you have all the equipment and aids you need to deliver your talk?
Have you met the person who will be introducing you?
Will you be taking questions from the audience?
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Love and light
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA