Would you like to learn models of speeches, and taking an influential presentation, where those who will hear you not only be admired from your oratory, but also end with the desire to do what you want? This is one of the outstanding characteristics of a leader. As I have already mentioned in other articles, the idea of all talk, either before an audience full of audience, either against a single person, is to obtain any of these 3 goals: inform, amuse or persuade and influence. The following article will focus on the third of these items: the speech as a way to generate that listeners are directed in a concrete sense, performing a specific action. Easier to achieve this is how appealing to the listeners emotions rather than logic, so that they feel inspired to get the different targets proposed. Using determinadastecnicas of neuro-linguistic programming, we can generate certain reactions in the brain who heard our speech. Whenever actress listens, a sympathetic response will follow. The steps you have to (continue in this type of speech are as follows: 1) specifically determines the objective you are persecuting your discourse: e.g. that reduce administrative costs by 20% during the next 6 months. While higher degree of detail you can give to your goal, the better.
(2) Gun a list of questions you will do to the audience, so that the answers generate certain emotions in them. Do P.e. as soon as they believe that it would benefit the company (and their pockets) lower costs by 20%? What do you think you could do with that money? I would go to my vacation on the beach earlier this year. Choose 4 or 5 that you think that, depending on who will be there, will be more effective. (3) Uses the techniques of analysis that we see in my public speaking course, for knowing how to make a powerful introduction.
E.g. to identify with you, or that they consider you an authority on the subject. (4) Adds items that support your words from the reason. Visit the class 5 of my public speaking course my secret list of resources to find quickly all the necessary elements to decorate your speech and give more strength to the message. In this way, you can add even more elements that compel people to do what you are looking for. (5) Finally, write a closure that leave everyone with the need to implement what you just said. For that you can appeal to verbs with positive emotional content. You’ll see other 12tecnicas for actual closures within my public speaking course and will be redirected to different models of discourse for use guide. Become an influential speaker requires time and knowledge, but, above all, practice. While you have a discourse model to follow, a plan of action concrete (that I just outlined above but which can be accessed in a detailed analysis and with many examples in my public speaking course) because you will have all the elements to begin.