Public speaking may be a bit nerve-wracking, but we at Valiant Marketing Group believe the best way to make an effective, compelling presentation is to use your authentic voice. If you can learn this one skill, any apprehension about stepping before a crowd will greatly diminish. Here are the three primary components of doing so:
- Identity: Your identity is defined by your perception of yourself and how you relate to the world. Factors contributing to your identity are your likes and dislikes, your formative years, your values and beliefs, and a multitude of other characteristics. You express your identity through your words and actions. If you behave in a way that is inconsistent with who you are, people will know it and have trouble trusting you – which is why self-knowledge is so important.
- Vision: At Valiant Marketing Group, we assert that your vision is your life mission. It’s where you want to go, what you want to achieve, and why you want to do so. It’s also a matter of the path you take to get to your destination. If you don’t have a vision, you will have trouble accomplishing much or making a valuable impact on anyone or anything.
- Mastery: Mastery refers to the knowledge, skills, and other tools you need to fulfill your vision. The more resources you have, the better equipped you will be to move forward in accordance with your true identity. Mastery also relates to your ability to use your intuition and seize the right opportunities for success.
Our team members at Valiant Marketing Group hope you embrace these concepts, because once you do, your ability to engage and educate an audience will be far more effective.