8 Ways to Add Value to Your Message

Patricia Fripp Executive Speech Coach explains how to add value to a message to a Coaching Client
Executive Speech Coach & Creator of FrippVT, Patricia Fripp in helping a client add value to his message.

Some presenters are silly enough to think that if they talk longer, they are giving more value or getting their point across more effectively. Actually, audiences of any size, from 5 to 500, are eager for content to be presented as efficiently and as memorably as possible.

Here are eight ways to make your message memorable:

1. Build rapport before you speak. Schmooze!
2. Make your message sound valuable by using specific language.
3. Remove the fluff and the filler and the nonwords.
4. Get comfortable with silence; pause.
5. Know who your audience is and what they care about.
6. Be clear about how to express your big idea, and strategize about how to sell it.
7. Open with impact, and get to the point fast.
8. Remember that all learning requires repetition and reinforcement.

As a speaker, it is your job to order, clarify, and intensify information for your audience.

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–  Pat Lynch, President, Business Alignment Strategies

More Fripp Strategies to Add Value to Your Message

Two Ways to Connect with Your Audience – Fripp VT Video,” “Do You Sound Intelligent, Powerful, Polished, Articulate & Confident?” and “How to Find Content for Your Speech – FrippVT Video” are just a few of the many complimentary resources on Fripp.com to help you add value to your presentations.

Executive Speech Coach and Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker Patricia Fripp works with individuals and companies who realize that powerful, persuasive presentation skills give them a competitive edge.