By Dan O'Hair, Hannah Rubenstein, Rob Stewart
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In addition to sharing the concerns associated with a given life stage, people of the same generation often share a familiarity with significant individuals, local and world events, noteworthy popular culture, and so forth. Being aware of the audience’s age range and generational identity, such as the Millennials (those born between 1977 and 1995), allows you to develop points that are relevant to the experience and interests of the widest possible cross section of your listeners. 42 2 • DEVELOPMENT Ethnic or Cultural Background An understanding of and sensitivity to the ethnic and cultural composition of your listeners are key factors in delivering a successful (and ethical) speech.
5 • Listeners and Speakers 35 QUICK TIP Use the Thought/Speech Differential to Listen Critically Did you know that we listen at a much faster rate than we speak? 10 This differential between “thought speed” and “speech speed” is one reason we can be easily distracted. But you can also use the differential to your advantage. When you find yourself “thinking ahead” of the speaker, use the time to focus on questions that foster critical thinking: What does the speaker really mean? Why is he or she presenting this material?
The difference between seasoned public speakers and the rest of us is that the seasoned speakers know how to make their nervousness work for rather than against them. They 3 • Managing Speech Anxiety 15 use specific techniques, described in this chapter, to help them cope with and minimize their tension. I focus on the information. I try not to think about being graded. I also practice my speech a ton to really make sure I do not speak too quickly. I time myself so that I can develop an average time.
A Pocket Guide to Public Speaking by Dan O'Hair, Hannah Rubenstein, Rob Stewart