• Sonja Nannan

3 simple steps to get your message across 🎯



A common problem with public speaking is being carried away by our own train of thought and not returning in time to have an impact with what we say.

When we start out speaking without knowing where we want to take our listeners, we make it hard on ourselves to have a clear message.


The goal doesn’t just unfold itself magically, it needs to be determined at the BEGINNING of any statement/presentation/intervention/video or post.


So here is my goal for this email 😎 : show you how you can find clarity before you speak, so our audience gets your message.


Here are 3 steps you can try out next time:


Step 1. Ask yourself: What is the point of me speaking? Do I want to share information? Do I want to inspire my audience? Do I want to move people to take action? Do I want to educate?

The energy of inspiring your audience is very different from your energy when you want to share information - when you know that from the start, you can have a much bigger impact.

Step 2. Structure your content in 3-5 points. When we have a certain amount of points we are talking about and communicate that to our listeners, they know what to expect and what they are in for. This structure can also help you to stick to a certain framework and not get carried away.

Step 3. Create an introduction and a summary. Introducing your content at the beginning and providing a summary at the end, shows your listeners that you are in control. You know where you are coming from and where you are going. Of course this also helps YOU to not lose your train of thought.

I wish you a lot of success, sharing your voice with more clarity!


Remember:

Your voice is your gift to your audience, help them understand your message

With lots of positive vibes 🌈

Sonja

PS: If you could use some support in getting your message across and speaking with confidence, schedule a free call with me.

You can also check out my 1-on-1 coaching program "Voice of Value" here.

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