Speaking in public can be challenging for even the most erudite and articulate people.

Many people associate public speaking with self-confidence, knowledge of classic oratorical techniques such as memorable phraseology and repetition, the ability to be spontaneous, powerful body language, a steady, weighty, voice, and real eye connection.

Even more important, it requires a deep understanding of your audience: their expectations, desires, fears, and behaviours, and a clear view of what you want to say.

Even the most confident speaks take time to devise and perfect their speeches. To help get you started, here are some tips for and examples of persuasive public speaking:

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