Audience spokespersons are invited to motivate the audience to better perform in the environment they are currently in. Audiences are struggling with drug abuse, and the loudspeaker's job is to give the ultimate pressure, which means "no" medicines. The audience may be a group of graduates who do not know what the situation is after graduation. They may be in a corporate environment where they need inspirational advice for their businesses to become prosperous empires from bankruptcy.
But no matter how good the message is, a public speaker fails if you can not keep the audience. In order to be interested, you have to prepare for some preparation.
Get ready to look at them
Eye contact is one of the most basic grounds for public speaking, but this is one of the hardest things for the new speakers to maintain. Most loudspeakers look to the other side of the wall or just look at their notes. If you feel like you're not handling them, they will not listen to you.
Look at your pace
The nervousness can show you the speed of speech. If you're nervous, you're willing to talk very fast or very slowly. Or blabber and on, or sentences get overlaid with fillers. Keep pace. If you noticed, most good speakers have mastered the pause art. If you're nervous, spit out a few words and take a break on a rock wall. This will keep your audiences waiting for you to finish what you say.
Minimalistic visual aids
When using a slideshow, keep the written words minimal. It will not ask the audience to ignore it while reading the slide content. You will not say the same words in the same way as the slide. By displaying only pictures like graphs and explaining them, you can better deliver your messages.
Add a body language besides the gestures you want to learn in clubs in public speaking. If you can pull out the microphone and go on stage, do it. If you tell her story as an example, do the story. It will be somewhat humorous and will keep the audience's eyes.
You can do much more to keep the audience. Each loudspeaker's message is inspirational, but it's the delivery that truly accommodates the mind of the audience. Try to be more entertaining than inspirational.