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Motivational speech and its components

BY: Deena David | Category: Self Improvement | Post Date: 2010-02-05

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Motivational speeches are very important in making a person who is depressed and discouraged to be a better person and make the person to have a lot of motivation to do things and achieve better things in life. There are many people who give a lot of motivational speeches and these people are called as motivational speakers. Each speech should have certain components to make it to be a better speech and also to be able to motivate as many people as possible.

Some of the major components of the motivational speech are listed here:

1. Research before speaking:

The motivational speech should have adequate research and background information in it. This will make sure that the speech is not full of fluff or unwanted words, but is precise and to the point. This will make the audience to be able to understand the words better and also digest it and take it in their heads. There are many people who speak just for the sake of doing it and so the speech may not be effective.

2. The variation in speech:

There are some motivational speakers who speak in a same format in various places to various audiences. This is really unacceptable as the speech will cause a lot of boredom to the person listening to it. The speech should vary from place to place and also depending on the people who are listening to the speech. This will benefit the people who are listening to it in a better way.

3. The audience:

The audience who are listening to the speech should be involved in the speech. There should be a dialogue also at some point of the speech. Though speech is usually a one way communication, these will never work as the audience may get bored after a period of time. To prevent this, the speaker should also involve the audience in the monologue at some point of time and make it a dialogue for efficient conveying of the message.

4. Use of anecdotes:

The anecdotes that are used in the speech are very important because there are many people who do not use anecdotes and so the speech is dull. The use of anecdotes and jokes in the speech will get the people to start listening. Even the uninterested person will become interested in the speech. The speaker need not be a person who is a natural and gifted speaker to include anecdotes in the speech. Even those who are not very gifted can start learning the art of speaking and use their ability to motivate others.

These are some of the important aspects of a speech that is used by the speaker to motivate certain other groups of people. Almost all of these things that have been mentioned in the article should be included in the speech to make it very effective. Motivational speakers and their speeches are very important because they can change the course of the life of a person from being a discouraged person to a person who is motivated.

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