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Filler Words

Uh. Umm. Like, you know... Filler words are (er, um) basically unnecessary in your speech.
Did you know that 20 science lecturers used an average of 1.39 uh's a minute, compared with um 4.85 uh's a minute by 13 humanities teachers? 


You can overwhelm the audience with the volume of your speech. But should you do so?
On the other hand, if people aren't able to hear you, they can’t get the information you share with them.
So be sure you have adjusted the volume of your speech before you go public.


Do you pronounce syllables and their combinations well enough? Any perfect idea can lose the audience's attention in moments if performed with indistinct pronunciation. 

The good news is that pronunciation can be trained. Well, almost always.


Pauses are golden. A well-placed intentional silence can make a total difference for your speech's perception.
Except for cases when there are too many of them.


Make accents in your speech to let people know what parts of it matter the most.
Too many pitches, at the same time, will decrease the effect by doing your speech performed too similarly.


Stop speaking in a falsetto. Get a credible, deep voice as any experienced politician or lawyer has.

We'll tell you how.


How fast do you speak? An overly fast pace is as bad as too slow.
Keep the middle ground. (for sure: we'll tell you what it is)


Are you asking? Or are you stating something? Your audience will never know until you properly use prosody.
And be sure the difference between is well-distinguished.


Colouring of sound. It conveys certain shades of attitudinal or emotional meaning.

Hard to develop, but too important for speech performance to leave it behind.