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How to sound more NATURAL when public speaking or presenting

May 14, 2023



Public speaking is an art. It's a skill that some are born with, while others have to learn it. But, whatever be the case, a public speaker's primary objective is to engage with the audience. They should make them feel curious, interested, and hooked. When it comes to public speaking, an obstacle that many people face is sounding natural. They might have all their content prepared, but when it comes to delivering it, they lose connection with the audience. In this blog, we will discuss some tips to sound more natural when public speaking or presenting.


Practice Makes Perfect: 

The first step in sounding natural in public speaking is to practice your content. When you practice your content, it becomes part of your memory, and you will not have to rely on your notes too much. You'll know what to say and when to say it. This will help you to focus on your delivery and not worry about what to say next. Practice your content until you become comfortable with it, but don't get too comfortable to the point where it seems rehearsed.


Focus Focus Focus:

Secondly, concentrate on the message. When you focus on the message, you're more likely to feel passionate about what you're delivering. This helps in sounding more confident, and it will naturally make you feel more comfortable. By concentrating on your message, you will be more aware of your tone of voice, pauses, and inflections. This will again allow you to sound more natural.


Be Aware of Who Your Audience is:

Another tip to sound more natural is to know your audience and speak to them. Be aware of who your audience is and what their interests are, then deliver information that they are interested in. When you relate with your audience, it becomes easier to engage with them. Knowing your audience also means that you can observe their body language and adjust your delivery to connect with them better.


Body Language is Key:

Body language plays a vital role in public speaking. Your body language should match your spoken words. A good posture, natural movements with your hands, and effective eye contact can make you seem more confident and in control. This will help to make you feel less nervous and more connected with your audience. Also, your body language should help to emphasize the most important points in your content.


Be Genuine:

Lastly, be genuine. Being genuine and not trying to be someone you're not helps in connecting with your audience. Authenticity is key to sounding more natural in public speaking. Speak from your experience and be yourself. If you're trying to be someone you're not, the audience will instantly pick up on it and disconnect from you.



Public speaking is not an easy skill to master, but it is essential in today's world. Engaging with your audience is an important aspect that should not be ignored. By following the tips mentioned, sounding more natural when public speaking or presenting should be more achievable. But, like all skills, it requires practice and patience. So, keep practicing and never give up. Sign up for our public speaking training course called ACE Your Public Speaking. It is designed for professionals, entrepreneurs, and content creators who want to take their public speaking skills to the next level. Don't wait any longer. Visit us at today and take advantage of our limited time offer.



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