Memory tools for telling a storyby Penelope Starr on May. 29, 2012, under Arts
Hypnotherapist, Julia Ingram, once told me that many of her clients come to her to deal with a very common phobia: the fear of public speaking. Feeling more confident and having some skills are two more great ways beat the jitters if you are nervous about public speaking. There is a lot of advice out there about how to remember a story or presentation and a lot of it is pretty good.
Andrew Bryant from Self Leadership International starts out this video with “know your stuff” and you will have a lot more freedom. Here is a link to his whole series on How to Prepare a Presentation.
Google can taks you to many interesting and unexpected places. The Open Forum on the American Express website has a good article called 9 Easy Ways to Remember Your Presentation. And I found Tips and Techniques for Memory Enhancement at the Ambassador Care Givers website.
Teacher Joe, who apparently can teach you to speak English fluently, has a good series called Public Speaking Articles that range from how to organize your speech to connecting with the audience.