Organize what you're saying and you will never have to sweat like this

Being a good speaker requires planning, clarity of thought and a well-constructed beginning, middle and end to your speech. It is important to avoid confusion or leaving your listeners feeling that you have wasted their time. Read below instructions on learning how to be a good speaker.

1. Make eye contact. Eye contact is very important. You can look above the people’s head because it looks like you’re looking right at them, but you’re really not! Don’t overdo it or you’ll risk looking like you’re nodding your head or you can appear stiff.

2. Have a point and stick to it. In some settings, you must speak on a certain subject. Even in casual conversation, though, it is important to focus on a limited set of related ideas.

3. Speak clearly. Be interesting. It may be tempting to say, “El whooziwhatsit fonctionne bien in thinger teh other day.” It may also not be worth the listener’s time to try to figure out what you mean.

4. Don’t use one tone the entire speech. It makes you sound very dry, dull, and boring as a speaker and personality wise. It makes you a much better speaker when you raise your voice a bit here and there. Make it sort of like a debate almost, and it’s on something you really care for that’s really important! Study Martin Luther King. He is one of the most well-known speakers in history. His tone goes up and down.

5. Speak up. People have to hear what you are saying even if they are sitting in the back row or there is a lot of noise.

6. Be honest. Remember the story of the boy who cried, “Wolf!”
7. Organize what you’re saying especially in long speeches. If possible, introduce the topic at the beginning of the paragraph-but make sure it’s an original beginning each time!.

If there are several ideas or details related to your main point, speak about each one in a deliberate fashion. If you are trying to convey large amounts of information, you may need to outline what you will say at the outset and then summarize what you’ve said at the conclusion.

8. Use your hands! Nothing is worse than a speaker with his hands in his pocket or his hands just sitting by his side.

– Wikihow