The three P's of pace pitch power of a speech can affect the response of the listeners. It is also an essential part of dynamic speaking.
People will respond to what we say if it is important to them. They will be even more responsive if what we say resonates with their thoughts, feelings and desires. They will be motivated by what we say if we master the speaker skills and deliver a dynamic speech.
The three P's are on the top of the list of speaker skills important for all speakers to work on. They are essential to become a dynamic speaker.
Pace of Pace Pitch Power
Pace is how fast you speak or your speaking speed. The goal of mastering pace is to speak at varying speeds depending on the content, importance, and ability of the audience to absorb what is being said.
To illustrate, have you ever had someone rattle off a telephone number in your answering machine only to have to replay it a few times to be able to write it down. The repeated listening is often because of a lack of enunciation due to speaking so fast.
Yet to say as fast as you can, call 911, you could almost slur the entire statement and it could be understandable as it is a familiar phrase.
When to Go Slow
Difficult to understand concepts
Parts of the Talk to be emphasized
Lots of Details
Lots of Facts that are essential for the audience to know
Information the audience needs to copy..names, dates, numbers, web addresses.
Solemn Information (bad news, the death of someone, accident, or injury).
When to Pick Up the Pace
Reviewing familiar material.
boring details or information that can be given out but is required to be covered.
Information that repeats or points to the same conclusion
To build excitement
As a feature of story telling ( If the part of the story is hurrying up, speed up the speech).
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