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How to Be Brilliant at Public Speaking: Any audience. Any situation. (Anglais) Broché – 13 septembre 2011

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"Enlightening, insightful and savvy – this book is packed with brilliant ideas. Probably one of the most clear, concise and useful books I have ever read on the subject."

Paul McGee, ‘The Sumo Guy’ and author of Self Confidence: The Remarkable Truth of Why a Small Change Can Make  A Big Difference


“This is an outstanding book. As a professional speaker of many years, I only wish it had been around when I started out”

David Thomas, International Speaker,  Bestselling Author, Memory Champion and Guinness Record Breaker

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Don’t  you wish you could be one of those magnetic public speakers who effortlessly hold an audience in the palm of their hand? What have they got - some magic gene that enables them to razzle dazzle with intelligence and charm?




They started exactly where you are and they’ve battled their fears, scratched their heads about what to speak about and pushed themselves beyond what they thought possible. The results can knock the socks off any audience. So there’s no reason why you can’t do the same.


In fact, anyone who can carry a conversation can be a brilliant public speaker.  How do I know? Because I’ve done it myself.


Sarah Lloyd-Hughes



Whether you are getting ready to present at your next company conference, or facing the daunting prospect of making a speech in front of friends and family, this book will give you every trick, tactic, tip and technique to become a truly brilliant public speaker.



“This is an outstanding book. As a professional speaker of many years, I only wish it had been around when I started out”

– David Thomas, International Speaker,  Bestselling Author, Memory Champion and Guinness Record Breaker



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HASH(0x95c113e4) étoiles sur 5 Fun, useful and smart! 19 octobre 2012
Par Lukasz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I found this book easy to read, fun, and packed with all sorts of useful tips and strategies to make your public speaking shine. What I love about this book is that it's not about 'faking it' as a speaker - the author encourages you to be yourself on stage and to let your passion for your subject show. Definitely my preferred approach to speaking.

A quick summary of each part:

Awareness - The first part starts with what you might consider the basics - how body language and vocal delivery affect your speaking. The angle here is that by becoming more aware of what your body and voice do whilst you're speaking, you can choose to act in a more powerful way.

Empathy - looking at how you build rapport with your audience and understand their needs. I particularly liked the bit about different audience types you might come across and how to handle them (I've definitely seen a sniper or two!)

Freshness - how to add interest to what you say to make it more memorable. This is a useful checklist of all of the ways you might use visual aids, the words you say and interactive techniques to wow your audience.

Balance - how to create a decent structure in your speaking that people can make sense of - and that has some power behind it.

Fearlessness- this is my favourite part - it looks at how we become nervous about public speaking and what to do to overcome the fear. It's packed with some really useful tools which I'll definitely try out on my next bit of speaking.

Authenticity - another favourite bit of mine, this section shows you how you don't have to pretend to be someone else to be a great public speaker.

All in all, a really handy read. The illustrations make it a very friendly and approachable book - it's a good one to dip in and out of when you need a refresher.
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HASH(0x95c11894) étoiles sur 5 Managed to show that speaking in public can be fun if we take care of some easy-to-be-influenced elements 4 février 2014
Par Helpful Advice - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
“How to Be Brilliant at Public Speaking: Any audience. Any situation.” written by Sarah Lloyd-Hughes is a nicely illustrated and approachable book that shows that not every public appearance has to be shocking event that we fear about. Despite what they teach us that speakers are naturally born, the author manages to show we can influence many our skills and things we do in front of the audience, in order to improve our oratory skills.

Sarah Lloyd-Hughes book is easy to read and it’s full of examples of real life situations that will help you future planning and delivering of public presentations. The author specifically focuses on six main areas that are required to present your speech with style, confidence and charm, and these are awareness, empathy, authenticity, fearlessness, balance and freshness.

The author begins her story with part that discusses our body language that is the main way that people are noticing us; the author is suggesting how to influence your voice and body that will result in your presentation to be more believable and powerful. Additionally, speaker has to understand that different types of audience have different needs and in order to satisfy them, the presenter has to understand audience, get to know them.

The speaker has to be authentic, there is no need to pretend being someone else; otherwise you will probably achieve exactly the opposite effect, and the audience will not believe you (any more). To be a bit afraid is ok, but of course is not good to go out in front of an audience and die of fear; the author shows some good techniques how to overcome your unpleasant feelings when you are speaking in front of the people.

The presentation should be balanced, have structure in order for audience not to feel lost and to be able to understand what you're saying, because no one wants to feel foolish, especially not in the company of a lot of people. And in the end, your presentation needs to be up-to-date, look and feel fresh, like made today or yesterday because no one wants to hear old news. Lloyd-Hughes suggests using of visual and interactive techniques that will help you to grab and keep the attention of your audience.

Overall, Sarah Lloyd-Hughes with her book managed to show that speaking in public can be fun if we take care of some easy-to-be-influenced elements, her book being fun and easy to read. Therefore if you are looking for help in building your confidence and overcoming your fears or you are just looking for some techniques that will help you to improve your performance “How to Be Brilliant at Public Speaking” will be good read for you.
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