Public speaking



“If you can speak, you can influence, if you can influence, you can change lives”

-Martin Luther King, Jr.

I drafted a few  helpful points which can serve the true purpose of your speech. These are simple tools which when implemented can bring you a powerful stand.

1 Put up a simple message- So that people can easily remember it and find it relevant in their everyday life.

2 Appeal to a small group- It has a psychological effect as people in large gatherings tend to feel strong and have a quick revolting power. Whereas small group groups feel inferior and listen properly.

3 Take a stand, a controversial position- These are often the things which people have at the back of their mind but they do not speak them out. For example in the 2016 US presidential elections, candidate Donald Trump opted for a complete ban on muslims. This brought him under a lot of controversy but ordinary people loved his idea of intolerance.

Create an enemy (a sense of fear)- Finding a common enemy can bring people at your back. It arouses fear and if you are strong then people are always ready to stand by you. This can be anything a specific issue, a personality etc.

Intimidate the opposition- If any opposition does exist make it look timid. This can be done by a show of wealth, personality etc. By doing this people will take you for granted as their leader.


But most of all to inspire others you yourself must be inspired by it. Pour faith and belief and you’ll be rewarded.

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