Churchill once said that a speech is like a symphony. It may have three movements but must have one dominant melody. Listening to a long speech can seem like reading a book without punctuation. For any presentation or talk, youâ€™ll be wise to observe what I call the three Râ€™s of numbers: Reduce, Round, and Relate. My response to the Chinese adage â€œOne picture [may be] worth a thousand wordsâ€ is another Chinese saying: â€œThe tongue can paint what the eye canâ€™t see.â€ The difference between a joke and humor is the difference between a pornographic picture and a love scene in a good movie. Follow the three Râ€™s of presenting humorâ€”make it Realistic, make it Relevant, and donâ€™t Read it!If you are interested in other public speaking tips, also check out my tips on how to use an iPad for public speaking.
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