Make every word ring. Let it serve a purpose.

A lot will be left on the cutting floor, the raw file or wherever you toss your crumpled words.

Yet, most of what is remaining will remain with the audience.

  1. Come to the point before they get intellectually tired.
  2. Build up the tension within your material to keep them engaged.
  3. Treat technical speeches like you would an enthralling story. Everyone loves a little drama.
  4. Prepare for 80% of the time allotted. (8 minutes of content for a 10-minute slot).
  5. Wait. Allow them to laugh, applause or stoop to grab the Kleenex.
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About Puneeth Suraana

I wake up every morning excited to wholeheartedly contribute to people’s lives and make a difference. I publish a blog a day, every day and would continue to write them even if nobody read it. I notice things, deeply think about ideas that will spread. I am a fitness and health junkie, passionate about Entrepreneurship, Innovation, personal development. I strive to read 2 books a week. I am an audio producer and host at The Galata Podcast. I am currently pursuing my final semester in MBA at PES University, Bangalore, India. Let’s make some Galata!