Although a skilled man can speak, he rarely expresses himself on stage. Even though we are sitting in the canteen drinking tea from the streets to Delhi, many people are adamant that it is very difficult, frightening and heart-wrenching to express such views in front of Mike and Dias. Speech has always been the focus of discussion. From the pre-independence period to the post-independence period, we have been witnessing the journey and impact of speech.
In sociology, in politics, speech made many stand, but only because of speech, some had to sit at home. Speech also paved the way for the establishment of power and a single speech also changed the equation of power.
There is a strange fascination in the minds of those working in various fields about this speech on the one hand and fear on the other. The number of speakers on the platform today is significant, but the rest of the population is far from fearful.
Most people’s concepts of speech, conversation and lecture are also vague. It is also important to clearly articulate the concepts of those who look at it from the perspective that it is not our province.
All of them are looking at these concepts as per their convenience. As a result they appeared to call speech a lecture as a conversation, and conversation a speech. This is where the journey of real speech learning begins. Speech is not a lecture, a lecture is not a speech and a conversation is never a lecture or a speech. Before learning ‘speech’, these small concepts in the mind need to be clarified. At home, in the office, among friends, or even during an interview, the act of speaking is called ‘conversation’. In a program, a guest who holds a mic in his hand for at least twenty minutes is talking. A ‘lecture’ is a speaker who speaks for more than thirty minutes in order to elaborate and order the subject matter given by the organizers.
What should students or aspirants learn first from conversations, speeches and lectures? The straightforward answer to this question is that before mastering the above three things and wanting to learn them, one should first acquire the virtue of ‘listening’.
Of course, if you want to look at it in order, you have to look at listening skills, reading skills, communication skills and speech skills. Good speech should be followed by good listening. Whether it is a variety of lectures or a thought expressed by others, it should be listened to calmly, in unison. Once you get into the habit of listening well, you should be able to read well. It should also be noted that broadening the scope of knowledge and expanding the perimeter of thought further enhances speech skills.
Another important point is that the one who gets the best ‘speech’ is the one who gets his own ‘brand ambassador’. There is no need to depend on others to spread the word about one’s work. Not only sound education but his alertness and dedication too are most required.
At the administrative level a lot of officers do a good job. Top and middle officials have the opportunity to review their work in front of their superiors or even in public. Many teachers and entrepreneurs are no exception.
It will not work unless you put aside the shortcomings of the thoughts about the speech. For example, Nation government work will carried out by many only after the prime minister speech about governance activity, started talking about the changes in the nation in their speeches.
You need to look at speech skills from the perspective of opportunity, knowing that no one else will come to tell us what we are doing unless we speak about it before your audience.
Famous Inspector General of Police Vishwas Nangre-Patil in his speech on the success story behind his success. Presented to the youth through lectures. All the youth were attracted to his eloquence along with his excellent workmanship, from which many took inspiration and achieved success.
To give an example outside the Indian country, the key to the success of former Prime Minister of England Winston Churchill was the speech. Churchill saw the speech as an opportunity. The occasion of this opportunity given to Churchill is very interesting.
Winston Churchill had gone to meet Middleton, the Conservative party’s manager, to seek candidacy in the parliament elections. During the meeting, Winston expressed his inability to meet the conditions for candidacy. Winston then decided to make campaign speeches for others in the election without being frustrated by the lack of candidacy.
He was also getting paid for this speech. Winston also proved his influence in politics by inheriting the political legacy of his father, Rudolph Churchill. For the next 65 years, he maintained his influence in local politics. In this, his speech skills were the biggest plus.
King Alexander the Great, who set out to conquer the world, was an expert in warfare. In addition to martial arts, King Alexander had mastered the art of speech, and he had been trained by Aristotle. That is why King Alexander was able to create consciousness in the fallen armies.
After reading the characters of people who have gone to great heights due to speech, You will definitely awaken the desire to become proficient in it. You should try to do it rather than avoiding ‘speech’ as a whole. In the early stages of sweating, chest tightness, trembling of the legs, trembling of the voice, mispronunciation of words due to fear of words while going to the pulpit (platform).
You will experience this fear shriving through your body during the first four or five speeches. So why leave it this way? No trying to public Speaking at all. Explaining how to overcome fear, Marshall Folk Cow, commander of the Allied Powers in World War I, said, “Invasion is the best defense. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.” Once this stage is crossed, there is nothing easier than a speech.
Public Speaker in today’s world says “I felt that there was something close to speaking, if my mind was filled, I had a word and thought in my mind that there is nothing so easy to speak in this world. Now where to bring words to speak? The words that come out of the fingertips are stuck in the lips (In case of social Media Chatting). You have eyes and if these eyes stay fixed on the pages of the book for a long time instead of the screen on the mobile, then these words will be found and also the word power will be formed.
Holy saint Tukaram Maharaj wants to tell that weapons, wealth, life are all in these words. That is why every word that comes out of the speech is invaluable. It is more convenient to worship these words in the speech. There are a lot of good speaking officers and employees on the occasion. People in government offices should be able to speak very well, because they are in touch with the people on a daily basis. There are skills that you don’t take seriously Have to say. From here, things get trickier, and this is where the true love begins! Try to give speeches wherever possible.