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Art of Speaking

There are few rules for being recognized a good speaker, and this is specially true for Indians working in a global environment. Here are four basic rules:
  1. Put the core message on the top. Speed is necessary here, to cut the latte factor and come right to the point.
  2. Use well chosen, appropriate & meaningful words. Best if you can finish your message in 20 words or so. If you notice – best executives can tell big things in 10 words or less.
  3. Modulate the voice appropriately. It matters.
  4. Moderate the rate of speech (average 160 words/min)
Now, once you master the basic part – there are advanced techniques who consider speaking nothing less than art. Use proper metaphors, stories, humors, phrases etc. to make the message interesting, memorable and comprehencing.
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About Bikramjit

Please read a more interesting introduction at "About Me" section. I am an abstract thinker who is fun to watch in action. I not only generate new & better ideas for how things can be improved, but I also offer empowering courage to pursue them. I am exceptionally encouraging & motivating, and sometimes help others to reach their goals & dreams. People probably see me as a good mentor due to my patience and talent for giving direction. I am more expressive than introspective, more deliberate than spontaneous, more passionate than composed – and an assertive personality who does not hesitate to challenge anything in life!

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