How To Become a Good Motivational Speaker in Malaysia

How to become a Good and motivational Keynote Speaker | Jerome Joseph

There are some secrets or keys to becoming a good and motivational keynote speaker in Malaysia. You need to build the audience up and think of a specific thing that you never did before, but before that, you need to be remarkable to your audience so that all the things that you’ll be discussing will be kept in their minds.

 

 These are some things to remember that will help you to become one:

 

1- The Main Objective must be Memorable

The main objective of any presentation or talk is to say that people will remember something that one said an hour ago, a day, a month and a year later. While all the strategies that can be used are important, it is not the same to confuse the purpose of a talk with convincing someone to buy a product, to entertain, or make someone cry. It is important to keep in mind that the ultimate goal is always to be memorable.

 

2- Focus on the Needs of the Audience

No speech is repeated equally to different audiences. Different audiences have different needs and a good motivational keynote speaker takes the time to understand what type his audiences are and what their needs are. It is not the same to make a presentation for teenagers as for older adults, their focus will go elsewhere. The main ideas may be the same, but the questions, the examples and even the flow of the presentation should vary according to the group to which one addresses.

 

3- Have a Structure

Every presentation should have an organized structure, such as a book or a movie: presentation, knot, and outcome. In the presentation or principle, the speaker focuses on raising the problem and offering a promise. Then in the knot or middle, the main thing of the presentation is offered and it is finished fulfilling the promise raised in a way that is memorable creating impact on the audience.

One piece of advice has to do with memorizing the presentation. One can make a scheme of main ideas and how they intertwine with each other and be guided by that skeleton. However, if one offers a special ending, it is better to keep it in mind. Because no one never knows in what way the presentation will be given (in opportunities it can be extended by the public or due to some unforeseen event it might be necessary to make it shorter) it is always important to be ready, therefore, to have it fixed in the memory the end is fundamental.

 

4- Implement a Nonverbal Language

Nonverbal language (gestures, dress, movements, hand position, etc.) is as important as the content of what is said in a presentation. Good motivational keynote speakers understand how to function on the stage maximizing communication through nonverbal language.

There are certain guidelines to keep in mind: To inspire, to be trusted, and honesty, you should keep your hands out of your pockets and open with your palms pointing at the audience. For the audience to focus on the face, it is essential not to have a striking dress.

Pausing, changing tones, and voice volume feed the audience’s attention.

 

5- Interact with the Audience

Interacting with the audience always helps keep it attentive to the message. The important thing is that it should be short and specific. Too long interactions generate boredom on the part of those who are part of the interaction. However, short interactions force people to be vigilant because they do not know if they are going to be asked something at any time.

 

6- Be Practical 

Practicality is a key tool. The best speeches are those that lead the audience to some kind of action. That is why the best motivational keynote speakers take their subject to practical levels so that anyone can apply it to something immediately. 

 

 

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