They can help listeners understand the meaning of words and the intentions behind them. Vocal cues are aspects of speech that convey meaning or convey information about a speaker's attitudes, emotions, or intentions. These can include things like tone of voice, pronunciation, enunciation, pausing, volume, pitch, and pace
Make it Clear, Concise, and Consistent If people hearing your Elevator Speech aren't 100% sure about what you do. They won't hire you. They won't refer you. So they know WHO you are and WHAT you do, your Elevator Speech should be: Clear Use simple language and words. We don't impress people
For Presentations, Sometimes WAY MORE! From Wicktionary, and spot on for this post: That which is of smaller quantity could be of higher quality. That which is less complicated is often better understood and more appreciated than what is more complicated. Brevity in communication is more effective than
Grab your Audience's Attention and are Memorable. This video is one of Mine! A Pattern Interrupt is: something unexpected that grabs the attention of people who were probably expecting something much different. Many Elevator Speeches contain verbiage like: "I help people . . . " "I work with companies . .
Transcript Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Let's talk about the Ultimate Goal of your Elevator Speech. That goal is to have a conversation, like these guys! Have a conversation with someone who has a real desire to possibly purchase your product or service. They want to know things like: What does it
Transcript Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking! Here are some Guidelines for a great Elevator Speech. Number one: NO Selling! Selling, if it is to occur, occurs later. An Elevator Speech is for sorting and sifting. And for to do that well, It must be clear, concise, and consistent. Clear: If someone hearing it
Red Pencils and Bucket Lists with Fred Miller Description This lively, informative interview features Fred Miller, a compelling speaker, writer, and international coach. Fred is the author of five popular books in his No Sweat Public Speaking series. In this episode, Deb
Build Your Elevator Speech, Floor-by-Floor, with - NO SWEAT! Transcript Fred Miller, "NO SWEAT Public Speaking!" I'm going to give you my Ultimate Elevator Speech. Let's get in the Elevator! Now, we're going to take this one floor at a time. 1st Floor: I'm Fred Miller. 2nd
• Keep Your Audience's Attention. • Make Them Receptive to Your Message. Your audience has the attention span of a gnat! Not only that, they are easily distracted by others in the audience, their phones, and a variety of things the speaker cannot control. A Pattern Interrupt is: something not expected and out of
GET IT! Transcript Fred Miller, "NO SWEAT Public Speaking! The Goal, "GOAL!" of all communication is that the audience GETS IT! This definitely applies to Elevator Speeches. Because if they don't know who you are and exactly what you do, they're not going to hire you.