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“It's not at all hard to understand a person; it's only hard to listen without bias.” Criss Jami

Published on 4/16/2018
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Volume is very different from your tone or pitch. Knowing when to raise or lower your voice can help build attention and get your audience excited.

Take note that it is not enough that you know how to increase and reduce the volume of your voice. If you want to make your speech a lot more effective, you also have to know when to change your volume.

Eye Contact

Maintaining eye contact is very important as it will give you the chance to engage with your audience. Apart from that, maintaining eye contact can also make your audience feel what you’re saying.

As much as possible, try to form an eye contact with each section of your audience. It plays a huge part in getting your thoughts heard and in making sure that everyone remains attentive throughout your speech.


When you exaggerate, you insult the language you use. So, try to limit your words, particularly when you are just pertaining to something basic and simple.

The problem with exaggeration is that it makes you prone to lying. And when you lie to impress, people will lose interest in what you are telling them.

Do Not Judge With Your Speech

Of course, people listen when they are corrected and offered solutions to problems. When they feel like they are judged, there is a good chance that they will stop listening right away. The same thing can happen when your whole speech does not deliver what the audience is expecting.

For example, if you are aim is to offer solutions, be sure to offer them and do not leave your audience hanging. If, at any point, they realize that your talk is not meeting their expectations, they will lose their interest and focus, and shift their attention to other things.

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