The objective of the exhibition is to impact the audience with a clear message, without distortions. Therefore, it is essential that your speech reaches the people of Thailand, it should be understandable and, most importantly, what you want to communicate must be transmitted.
THE STRUCTURE OF YOUR SPEECH
Every act of oratory is structured with a beginning, a knot and an end. The two most important parts usually are the beginning and the end. Find a start that catches from the first 15 seconds. In the development you will explain your topic from different approaches, covering the entire audience. The end will need to be an unforgettable gold brooch for your audience, this is what they will remember most when you have finished your speech.
KNOW YOUR THEME DEEPER
It is necessary that you have a trained opinion and solvency about the topic you will address. It will allow you to speak with authority, enthusiasm, and conviction. Being an experienced motivational speaker in Thailand, it is possible to address any subject. This is achieved by searching deeper and appealing to your experience, studies, projects, cases, references and all possible sources of information. Thus, you can speak with ease and without problems. Danger! Do not speak carelessly, do not use eloquent words that are meaningless. The public instantly realizes that you and will give you are not knowledgeable enough of the topic and in consequence you will receive negative feedback.
LOOK FOR AN ATTRACTIVE TITLE
Your talk can be one of the spectacular reasons for the meeting, however, if the title of the exhibition is more of the same, you will lose some of the crafty points in attracting your audience. Use your creativity and innovativeness to give a big headline in an attractive way. Think of it as a movie or book, which you want to impact a large number of people. Get their attention from the first minute, and you will have all their time with you.
PREPARE THE PRESENTATION WITH A LOGICAL ORDER
Many people believe that preparing a speech is simply gathering information and reciting it. And what is not prepared is improvised. Unless you are an experienced speaker, the suggestion is that always and without exception, you dedicate enough time to prepare the material. Every speech must have its structure: beginning, development, and end.
DON’T BE TOO EXTENSIVE
Ideally, you focus on a few essential ideas, and develop them with clarity, serenity, and transparency; instead of making eternal speeches that will inevitably become boring. In addition, the more extensive, the more possibilities of making mistakes you will have – like falling into repetitions, doubts, losing the focus of what is really important to transmit, dispersing to the public and even causing a mass escape from the room.
USE THE APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE
As important as the message is to use the appropriate language to the public. This can be technical, scientific, simple, and so on. The choice is determined by the type of auditorium. The important thing is not to fall into too much sophistication or rebuses when giving a speech. The simpler, plain, concrete and tangible, the better.
USE EXAMPLES AND ESTABLISH COMPARISONS
When structuring the speech, the main objective is to reach the public with your message. One of the main drawbacks is the need to convey abstract or difficult ideas. In this case, look for examples, draw parallels, use metaphors and analogies to make your presentation clearer. The resource of comparisons is also extremely effective. It consists of comparing what you are expressing with elements or situations from other areas, that you intuit that may be known by your audience and that, at the same time, have a certain resemblance to the subject.
SUPPORT THE INFORMATION WITH STATISTICS
It is important to use statistics that support your topic, whenever feasible. Watch out not to abuse the numbers, let alone if they are complex to explain. Provide synthesis with a sense of support for what you are exposing.
TAKE CARE OF THE DETAILS
Effective use of the level of detail in your exhibition is very effective, although the out of control use will produce boredom and that the public disperses with your main idea, causing a negative effect.
In case you use stories, sources of information on different types and real cases, you need to check their veracity. A resource that always helps is to refer to renowned characters that, in some way, can help you graph your ideas. Another indirect way to use the testimony technique is to give examples to potential third parties about aspects that you have to mention, but with which you can awaken controversy.
What people want, is to participate in an experience that can produce some positive change. That is, what will you say and do, can be applied in some concrete way, and can be useful. And as a speaker, that should also be your central objective.