Black Motivational Speakers From Around The World
When it comes to motivational speaking, there are many black motivational speakers whose words are often powerful and their talks impactful, regardless of whether they are attempting to challenge, transform or convince the audience. So if you are of African or Caribbean descent, and you want to make an impact, here are some tips that will help.
Be clear and concise
We must take the speech structured by points, learned by heart to avoid blockages and with the ideas we want to convey very clearly.An exhibition must have an order and a coherence to be able to follow it and remember it.
Body communication accounts for 90% of success and only 10% is due to verbal communication. It’s important what we say and even more how we say it is dione with a smile communicates.
The audience is not formed by beasts willing to devou your, but by a group of people, which may be more or less knowledgeable than you, so they should not be seen as a threat. We run the risk of our body reacting with tremors, sweating, redness. The nervous system is triggered if we do not control it, as when we run out before a wild animal or withdraw our hand from the fire it burns.
See the audience as a friend
Masks fall easily, while if you transmit naturalness it is easier not to dismantle their theories. Of course this should not be taken to the extreme, it is preferable to be formal to excessively colloquial. Also, visual contact builds bridges of communication, an effective look is more likely to capture attention, get the message and get feedback.
Have good training
Many times we cut ourselves when asking questions because we are horrified to think that we are not going to give our best when all eyes are going to turn towards us and that only our voice will be heard.” We do not want to be the center of attention In the Anglo-Saxon world, on the other hand, these problems are solved after six years “. Tell a joke, express your ideas to a friend, read aloud … “The more you practice, the more fluent you get.”
Bianca Miller – Black motivational speaker
Bianca Miller is known for her ability to engage, excite and inspire any audience with various topics such as Dreams to Reality, Entrepreneurship and Building a Start-Up, Creating an Intrapreneurial Culture Within Your Business, Personal Branding and High Impact Leadership. She is also founder of The Be Group and Bianca Miller London, is an award-winning entrepreneur, and black motivational speaker that specialises in personal branding, image consultancy and employability skills training. In 2016, Bianca was was chosen from 20 million members in the UK, to be awarded the prestigious ‘Power Profile’ award from LinkedIn, and she has also won other awards such as the Precious Awards’ Young Entrepreneur of the Year.