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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 16h ago
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Professional speech coach Denise Graveline says you can emphasize your points with your voice.

Vocally,

Tim Wilson
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Professional speech coach Denise Graveline says you can emphasize your points with your hands (e.g. indicating how high someone is with your hand).

Handily,

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Professional speech coach Denise Graveline says you can emphasize your points with your body (e.g. marking out three main points by standing in three different poisons onstage).

Bodily,

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Professional speech coach Denise Graveline says you can emphasize your points with your head (e.g. nodding your head or tilting your head).

Heading,

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 5d ago
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Professional speaker Paul Smith says your speeches should have a Flesch-Kinkaid grade level of 7 or 8.

Grading,

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 5d ago
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Professional speaker Paul Smith says you should have the verb in the first one-third of the sentence.

Verbally,

Tim Wilson
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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 5d ago
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Professional speaker Paul Smith says you should have fewer than 90% of the words in your speech should be in the active voice.

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Professional speaker Paul Smith says you should have fewer than 90% of the words in your speech at two syllables or less.

Syllabically,

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 5d ago
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Professional speaker Paul Smith says you should have 15 to 18 words per sentence in your speech.

Wordily,

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 1w ago
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Professional speaker Paul Smith says you should get to the verb in your sentences quickly when telling your story.

Quickly,

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