how to engage an audience in public speaking

How To Engage An Audience In Public Speaking

Maria Pellicanopublic speaking

Your Audience Can Either Grow With Curiosity Or Die With Boredom

Do you ever feel like you are not engaging enough? Are you confident in how to engage an audience?

When people listen to your words, they analyse what you are saying from the voice tonality they are hearing. We always remember the tone of what is said more than the words themselves. Tone carries your emotion and personality and makes you transparent to your audiences.

What is your audience learning about the “real you” when you speak?

Our tone is universal so it doesn’t matter what your accent is. The way you say something is always more powerful than what you say.

“Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another.”Napoleon Hill

David Hawkins in his book “Power vs. Force” talks about the calibration of emotions and how they affect the frequency of influence we carry in our lives and the results we are getting. Click here to find out more.

Have you heard of the statement “It’s not what you said but how you said it”?

“Words are the most powerful thing in the universe… Words are containers. They contain faith, or fear, and they produce after their kind”Charles Capps

When I work with clients and students I am able to diagnose the integrity of their voice in songs and in speech. I am able to help create an authentic voice tonality that matches the body language and words in either a song or speech. The results are always evident because the speaker/singer has immediately more power and credibility.

Your voice carries vibrations and subsonic frequencies that can entrain your audience to remain engaged and influence people. Or your voice can create vibrations and subsonic moods that disconnect your audiences from you. Sometimes we just wonder why some just don’t get it, don’t we?

Research shows that sound waves carry subsonic resonance frequencies that can kill or change the way things appear. When the subsonic frequency matches the frequency of the matter it alters the situation.

Two Examples are:

1. The bridge’s main span finally collapsed under 40-mile-per-hour (64 km/h) wind conditions the morning of November 7, 1940.

2. The Angers Bridge Disaster of April 16, 1850 in France, which killed over 266 people when soldiers walked in unison and created force sound that caused the bridge to collapse. Since then armies walk out of sync on bridges so that this will never happen again.

When you learn to harness your voice, you create a congruent authentic frequency with yourself and then with your audience. This ultimately creates credibility, engagement and entrainment with those you wish to influence and lead. You will be understood and people will come back to you because they feel understood and appreciated.

Do you want greater influence and power? Do you want to be believable and have greater control when speaking?

Do you want to be a leader who is asked to come back time and time again? Not just because of your words, but because you know how to engage an audience?

I have created vocal warm ups that can enhance your tone of voice and help reach your audience more effectively.

Book in a FREE 45 min vocal strategy session by clicking here.

Thank you for reading this blog and I look forward to hearing back from you with any feedback.

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