Distinctive features of a confident person's speech

 Distinctive features of a confident person's speech

Distinctive features of a confident person's speech

1. Increasing the volume of speech at the end of a phrase or sentence while maintaining the speed (for an uncertain person, speech usually accelerates with increasing volume) of speech. For example: “ladies and gentlemen !!!”.

 (a drawing like ladies and gentlemen, and the phrases go and sell, after the event come up and sign up). This is the most effective rhetorical technique at the beginning and end of a motivational speech.

2. Beginning of speech with personal pronouns I, mine, me: “I want”, “I need”, “my portfolio”, “my son”, “my husband”, “my distributor”

3. Completion of speech with imperative verbs: give, say, show, bring and in general the presence of a large number of verbs: “fell, wrung out”, “to be afraid”, “sit down and be silent”, “stand up and answer”.

4. Absence in speech of letters of hesitation A, Y, I, M (not to be confused with the words parasites: as, che, sedna, avzhezh and others).

5. Subordinate construction of phrases as opposed to reactive. “I dropped the pen”, not “The pen fell”. “I was offended”, not “I was offended”. “I broke the mug”, not “The mug broke”, “I stopped the car”, not “The car stopped”.

6. Absence of words of gratitude in the speech: Thank you, Please, Be kind, Thank you, etc. It is important to understand that these words are important, but they include a heart note in the process of action, which at the time of training confidence is harmful.

7. Absence of the interlocutor's name at the beginning and end of the phrase. "I want to know how much this lipstick costs, tell me!" "I need to try on this dress, who can help me try it on?" When we place the name of the interlocutor at the beginning or end of the utterance, we increase the heart component and decrease the effective one.

8. Clarification of how the interlocutor heard your words “Let's clarify what you need to do?”, “Repeat the order!”, “Confirm how you understood me!”

9. Availability of unambiguous answers to the questions posed: YES or NO. "Will you go to a meeting?" - "Yes" "Can you host the event?" -- "No". They never answer: “Yes, no,” “Most likely, Yes,” “Perhaps,” “I'll try,” “Yes, no, probably”.

10. Ability to start and end a conversation at your own discretion. "Good afternoon, my name is Alexander, can I ask you a question?" “Dear guests, aren't you tired of the hosts? Otherwise, I have to go to a meeting in 10 minutes. "

11. Can easily and often use obscene expressions in speech.

Alexander Ilyinsky

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