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Public Speaking and the Law of Expectations

The Law of Expectations states that we move toward and eventually realize what we expect from life. If you expect to be successful, if you work hard to achieve success and if you never give up, you will achieve your expectations.

When you combine the law of expectations with visualization you compound your possibilities. If you expect to be successful and visualize yourself as successful the likelihood of you achieving success is certain. Remember, we tend to become what we expect to become.

When applied to public speaking it looks like this. When you are hired to give a speech expect it to be a sparkling, enthusiastic success. Visualize yourself as an interesting, witty, well informed master of the art who totally enjoys the subject and the audience. Hold this expectation and vision in your mind firmly. Don’t let go of it for anything. Repeat over and over,” I tend to become what I expect to become and achieve what I expect to achieve.”

If you commit yourself to this process you will begin to see improvement in both your delivery and in your relationship with your audience. You will be on the way to becoming the speaker you want to become. What’s moreFree Articles, people will want to listen to what you have to say and your charisma quotient will increase significantly..

This is a brief excerpt from Mike Moore’s 60 minute audio“ Up Your Pizzazz” ( How to Become a Charismatic Speaker) ORDER Now at http://www.speakforprofit.com/Speaking_Store.html

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Mike Moore is an international speaker/humorist who speaks on " Humor and Stress Management" and Humor in the Workplace" Mike also helps new speakers get started in the business of public speaking



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