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The rhetoric training has an objective in terms of attitude, passion, and empathy. The following explains in more detail which materials are often brought to rhetoric training.

  1. Persuasive speech strategy

Persuasion is an attempt to change attitudes through the use of messages and focuses primarily on the characteristics of communicators and listeners. A persuader can change the attitudes, behavior, and opinions of the persuasion target by considering the following factors;

  • Know the right mindset

A person’s mindset influences decisions, actions, and habits, and ultimately influences a person’s character and life. A Persevere must be open and always think positively. To achieve positive things in life, it is necessary to start with a positive attitude change.

  • Adopt the right attitude

Attitude plays a huge role in building success in different areas of life. People with exceptional ability in a particular area will lead “normal” lives if not supported by the right attitude. A person’s attitude is strongly influenced by their subconscious, which is dominated by feelings and emotions.

  • Analysis of the human mental system

Humans act based on thoughts, and a psychological model explains that the mind consists of major parts, namely; the conscious and subconscious. The conscious mind is the part of our mind that is responsible for analyzing and considering rational considerations and is often equated with the left side of our brain. The subconscious contains a database that mirrors ourselves, which database is an accumulation of understanding, reasoning, experience, and even transference (induction from other parties) from our birth to the present day. The subconscious is often equated with the right hemisphere.

  • Think positive and motivated

Positive thinking will bring positive energy to everyone who does it. Starting with positive thoughts, positive decisions, and positive actions will follow and lead to positive results. Someone who sees positive things in every incident that some people may view as negative will be motivated to always be thankful and do positive things.

  1. Ease your nervousness

There are still many people who are afraid when asked to speak in public. It’s not failure that they’re afraid of, it’s that they’re afraid of not being able to perform well. They are afraid of forgetting, afraid of being ashamed, afraid that the audience is smarter, and other fears that are solely due to excessive worries rising within themselves. For that, several things need to be considered to alleviate the anxiety within yourself.

First, know the symptoms that are commonly felt when standing or speaking in public. For Example; Dry mouth, wet hands, shaking hands, tachycardia, and trembling all over the body. We must understand this well and can cover as much as possible with a sense of well-being within ourselves.

Second, overcome fear by acting confidently and doing exercises. Continuous practice will increase self-confidence to the maximum. Continue simulating the material you want to present at home and ask a friend to be the audience while you practice.

Third, visualize success, and use the right body language. Use deep breathing techniques for a moment when you feel fear within yourself. Concentrate on the message to be conveyed and strengthen it mentally.

In addition, the following things need to be prepared to look stunning in public; Arrive on time, master the material being presented, often for practice, give your best performance, wear comfortable clothing, know the stage before you perform, and understand who the audience is dealing with. Those little things that are usually overlooked will help even more, like; drinking water before performing, exercising a lot, doing light facial and physical exercises, talking to others before performing to boost confidence, looking in the mirror, taking deep breaths, emphasizing “I’m ready” in your mind, and use one good language.

  1. Grab your audience

Everyone’s learning style, or the way information is assimilated, is different. Get to know the participants to be treated! The type of association with the five senses can be divided into sight or eyes (visual), hearing or ears (auditory), touch or hands (kinesthetic), taste or tongue (gustatory), and smell or nose (olfactory). It is usually apparent from all types of five sense associations that each participant has a different learning style or information intake.

As a communicator, you are expected to know each participant’s style. A communicator needs to know how to identify and teach participants who have this unique and valuable learning style. Communicators are required to help participants maximize their learning styles. All of their learning styles are equally good. Each method has its strengths.

  1. Preframe technique

Since a communicator is certain to experience or has experienced an uncontrollable audience event, the audience is self-absorbed, independent of the communicator before it. Or the presentation that is delivered is broad and beyond the discussion of the material presented. If this has not happened then learn the pre-frame technique, if a communicator does not want to learn this could happen in the future.

The preframe technique can be one of the right solutions to control the presentation till the end. What is larger between the photo and the photo frame? Bigger frame, of course. Put simply, that’s what we do to the audience. Like the audience is a photo that we put in the frame we provide. The goal is that the audience has nowhere to go and continues to follow the presentations we deliver.

Preframe or better-known rules of the game are delivered at the beginning of the presentation when we convey them in the presentation structure in the opening section. The way to the preframe is to set clear rules in advance, use the opening and additionally win the hearts of the audience as well as the preframe. There are a few tips before the communicator starts the presentation to convey these rules to the audience. The first rule, learn with joy. This is an example of a usable pre-frame, please adapt it to your individual needs. Try to create a framework for the presentation, and convey it in the opening so the presentation can go according to plan until the end.

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