It's something you do every day, yet may not have the right skills for: Speaking. While we are prone to believe that speaking in front of 200 people is a very different matter than speaking to someone one-on-one, it all really boils down to the same thing: how people perceive you, and do they listen.
Whether one person or those 200, you can get people to listen to you simply by learning some tricks, or facets of speech, that make people want to listen.
First, the seven deadly sins: avoid these off-putting traits. They only function to make people feel uncomfortable and unwilling to listen to you:
DO strive to incorporate these 4 traits into your speech:
- Honesty - Be clear and straightforward
- Authenticity - Be yourself
- Integrity - Be your word or truth
- Love - Wish people well
With these 11 things embedded into your speech, your chances of getting people to listen to you increase exponentially. To find out the last two traits, watch Treasury's clip below!