3 Things To Consider When Becoming A Motivational Speaker In South Africa:
Have you ever thought of becoming a motivational speaker in South Africa and you are wondering how to start? This article will list down three things you have to consider when venturing into that career path.
Be an expert in your field.
You can’t teach people how to manage their marriages if you are failing to manage yours or if you are single. Also, you can’t tell people how to get rich if you don’t even have R50 000 in your bank account.
People can tell if you are trying so hard to be what you are not. Therefore, teach people about what you have mastered in this life. Whether it’s a relationship, business, life advice; etc, you need to inspire people through your previous experience and a tangible trail of evidence of your skills.
Strengthen your public speaking skills.
Stage fright is one of the most common things that happens when talking to the public, hence you have to enhance your public speaking skills
- Nervousness Is Normal. Practice and Prepare!
- Know Your Audience. Your Speech Is About Them, Not You.
- Organize Your Material in the Most Effective Manner to Attain Your Purpose.
- Some mild humour will definitely do throughout your speech
- Watch for Feedback and Adapt to It.
- Be yourself, let Your true Personality Come Through (the world is waiting for it)
- Grab Attention at the Beginning, and Close with a Dynamic End
Build your brand as a Motivational Speaker
Creating a brand is very important. Ask yourself what do you want to be known as? Decide early in your career so that your efforts are not wasted in changing your name at a later stage.
There are so many things you can look into when taking the profession of a motivational speaker.
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