The Three Tasks of a Public Speaker

American Program Bureau is sharing Dr. Nick Morgan’s “The Three Tasks of a Public Speaker” in this week’s featured blog post.

The work of a public speaker is never done. You can never complete your expertise—true knowledge of a subject is the work of a lifetime.

Noting that even Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech had some slips of the tongue, Dr. Nick Morgan reassures public speakers that you can never connect perfectly with an audience. He points out three areas a speaker should focus on, including the structure of a speech, the emotions a speaker shares, and the depth of expertise.

Once these three areas are addressed in your preparation—or even during your speech—you can focus on improving and turning satisfactory speeches into perfect ones.

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