Las Vegas, Nevada (PressExposure) July 18, 2007 -- The first step in being an effective public speaker is to know your audience.
Charlie Nielson, president of CM Alliance International, Inc., advises those who need to make a presentation to a group of any size to consider the needs of the listener first and then write the speech or plan the presentation around their needs. Nielson's web site, HouseofSpeeches.com has recently launched an e-book designed to help anyone who needs to address a group of people do so with confidence.
"You would have a completely different approach when addressing a group of professionals than when giving a speech at a friend or relative's wedding."
Nielson goes on to state, "By giving some thought to what the audience is looking to get from the speech or presentation, the speech-maker can make sure that the subject matter and the approach is appropriate to the situation. This will go a long way to ensuring a positive outcome."
By learning the techniques of public speaking, the individual will gain a greater sense of self-confidence. This boost in the individual's self-worth will translate into success at home and at work. The e-book, entitled, "Speak Easy: A Guide to Developing Public Speaking Skills", is available at HouseofSpeeches.com