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Memory Techniques for Public Speaking

teacher avatar Chris M Nemo, Memory Improvement Writer & Blogger

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11 Lessons (55m)
    • 1. 1. Introduction-The Challenge of this Course

    • 2. 2.Where the Memory Techniques are used

    • 3. 3.1.Prepare a well-structured and focussed Speech with Mind Maps

    • 4. 3.2.Design Your Speech with a Word,using The Acronym Method

    • 5. 4.1.Overview

    • 6. 4.2.The Location Method(Loci)

    • 7. 4.3.The Link Method

    • 8. 4.4.Review and Rehearse

    • 9. 5.The Practical Part of the Course

    • 10. 6.Summary and Next Steps

    • 11. 7.Bonus-How to Memorize Jokes

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**  Welcome to THE MEMORY TECHNIQUES FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING COURSE- How to Use Mnemonics to Deliver a Perfect Speech **    

Do you feel lack of inspiration when you have to design or memorize a speech?     

Are you concerned that you might suffer a mind blank during a speech?    

Don't worry!     

This course will give you a set of effective tools and ideas to help you master this area, from the speech preparation  to its delivery to the audience.          

At the end of this course, you will understand how to use memory techniques in designing and memorizing any speech or presentation  and you will see just how simple and handy this skill is!   

By using the memory techniques presented in this course, it will be very easy for you to memorize the important points of speech or even the entire speech or presentation, and eliminate the fear of forgetting forever.   

These techniques are used in all stages of the speech, from preparation to delivery.  Each technique is explained in detail and with a lot of examples.         

You will also learn tips and tricks from the experts, to help you perform more effectively.      

In the Bonus Lesson, I will show you how to use the memory techniques to effectively retain jokes and funny stories.  

 I'm sure you will enjoy it and I can't wait to be your guide and mentor on this exciting new journey!

Chris M Nemo

Memory Improvement Writer& Blogger at The Mnemo Bay

Creator of The Super Clever Advanced Learning Method (SCALM)

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Chris M Nemo

Memory Improvement Writer & Blogger


   I'm Chris M Nemo and I’m a memory improvement writer & blogger.   

    I’m passionate about helping you to achieve more with your mind right now, regardless of your education, age, or other conditionings.   

    After studying dozens of books, totaling some thousands of pages, dozens of hours of e-learning courses, and of hundreds of hours of practical exercises in this field of memory improvement, I decided to share this knowledge with people interested in learning this skill. 

      I'm also the creator of the Super Clever Advanced Learning Method (SCALM), a universal method that can help you learn any subject and even memorize entire books. Combining the most ... See full profile

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1. 1. Introduction-The Challenge of this Course: Welcome to the memory techniques for public speaking course. First of all, let me introduce myself. My name is Chris M. Nino, and I am a memory improvement writer and blogger at the nim obey. In this course, I will introduce you some of my memory techniques and how you can apply this method for designing and memorizing a speech or presentation. Do you feel lack of inspiration when you have to design or memorize a speech, concern that you might suffer a mind-blowing during a speech. Don't worry. This course gives you easy access to the invaluable learning techniques used by public speaking experts. Your ability to speak to an audience is essential to your success. Be telling an excellent public speaker will help you in every part of your life. The ability to speak in well is an incredibly useful skill in business and social interactions and will increase your self-confidence. The better your speaking public, the more you like yourself, your self-esteem in Greece, and you will notice an improvement in the overall quality of your life. A good public speaking ability will convince people that you are generally more intelligent and skilled than others who do not speak as well in public and will help you garner their respect and support of others in your career or your personal life. Skill gives you the ability to motivate people and creates a perception of authority to. But what are the requirements for becoming a skilled public speaker? And what is the role of memorization in public speaking? According to public speaking expert, that are three main steps for designing and delivering a speech. First, the preparation of the speech. Research, designing a right into speech. Second, the memorization of the speech. And third, the speech delivery. Memory techniques are typically used in all of these steps of this process. Preparation, memorization, and recall. The role of memorization, a good memories and essential requirement for public speaking. Why? Regardless of who you are and what type of job you are currently have or plan to have. There's a good chance that one day you will be required to make a speech in public. You may be a presentation for your colleagues. You may be a speech at a wedding or after dinner. We all have to address others in public at some time in our lives. And for many of us, it can be a nerve wrecking occasion when a train memory can help you to deliver a good speech effortlessly and without any worry. One of the most embarrassing things that can happen to a person is to forget a speech while in front of his audience. What do you think about a speaker who falter or hesitate during his speech as if he's not sure of what he has to say. After all, anyone who is asked to give a talk on any particular subject must know that subject pretty well. Otherwise, what would he be asked to donc about it? The problem is that even if you are well-versed in your subject, you may forget some of the facts you'll want to speak about. Memorized your speech, and people will love to listen. You've probably heard a lot of times by now that people ranked public speaking higher than death. One of the main reasons for these fear is they're worried about forgetting the speech. Naturally, the greatest cause for a speech in society, that your mind will go blank. And at your best, you might start to babble something vaguely coherent. While at worse, no sound comes out at all. Fortunately, there are some very fine memory techniques for speeches that can bring you confidence in what you are going to say and help you overcome the most important figure in public speaking, the fear of forgetting what you have to say. By using the memory techniques that you will learn in this course, it will be very easy to memorize the important points of speech, or even the entire speech or presentation. And eliminate the fear of forgetting forever. When you are confident of what you have to say, the fear diminished. In nation rome. Mnemonic was part of every public speakers draining in rhetoric. Based on information for manuscripts of the time. This techniques seems to have been well-known and the knowledge of them was probably widely distributed. In the Middle Ages. The art of memory became the basic method for reading and meditating upon the Bible and was part of the education of monks in monasteries to help them retain the abstract notions. Think about the most impressive speeches you've heard on. They read by someone whose eyes looked down and whose hands turnover pages from Alina. The most engaging, inspiring speeches are dose given by a speaker who makes eye contact with the audience, smiles at them and talks as if it all comes naturally. You need to maintain eye contact with your audience and hold their attention. You can do this only if you have learned your speech well and you clearly reminded. Now, let's begin our course. 2. 2.Where the Memory Techniques are used: According to public speaking experts, that are three main steps for designing and delivering an ideal speech. Preparedness. Beach, memorize the speech and deliver the speech. The preparation step is the most important one. Fully 90% of your success as a speaker will be determined by how well you plan your speech. Preparation is immediately obvious to any audience. It increases your credibility and your confidence. As Mark Twain once said, it usually takes more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech. So first of all, you need to prepare the speech, which involves first audience. The starting point of your preparation is your audience. Remember, it is not about you, it is about them. You need to determine who your audiences and customize your writing accordingly. Second, decide what is the purpose of your speech and your main message. The general purpose of any speech will be either to inform, motivate, or entertain your audience. As soon as you know the general purpose of your speech, you can develop your specific purpose statement. Restrict your specific purpose. Do one idea. Only. The main message is the heart of your speech. The one thing that if nothing else, the audience will remember what a clear and concise Kate message. You are able to communicate what really matters. Once you have your key message clear, it makes it much easier to craft your speech around it. Third, research the topic. Researching your topic and providing strong evidence for your claims will make your speech more powerful. Increase your credibility as a speaker and help you achieve your goals. For brainstorm, categorize, and organize the ideas in order to create a structure for this speech. And fifth, write out the speech sentence by sentence. When your speeches ready, you will need to memorize it so you can remember it when you will be in front of your audience. As you will see in this course, the memory techniques are not only used to memorize the speech, but they are also used in other status during the process of designing and delivering your speech or presentation. Now, let's view where the memory techniques presented into scores are used in this process. These techniques can help you organize your ideas in the preparation step so that you get the right structure for your speech. Then when your speeches ready, you can apply the techniques presented and discourse. Do effectively memorized the entire material. You want to present. The best way to start approach in the memorization of speeches is to realize that in 90% of cases and do not need to be completely memorized. The secret of making a good speech is not to remember the entire speech word for word, but the main keywords of your speech. And of course, you will apply this method when you have to recall your speech in front of the public. As you will see, this techniques will help you to design a memorable speech and then to present it easily. 3. 3.1.Prepare a well-structured and focussed Speech with Mind Maps: What is a mindmap, a mind map. It's a hierarchical diagram used to visually organize the information originated in the late 1960s by Tony Buzan. Mind maps are now used by millions of people around the world. From the very young, the very old, whenever they wish to use their minds more effectively. As Tony Guzman explains, you can compare a mindmap to a map of a city. The center of your mind-map is like the center of the city. It represents your most important idea. The main roads leading from the center represent the main thoughts in your thinking process. The secondary roads represent your secondary thoughts and so on. Special images or shapes can represent sides of interests or particularly interesting ideas. Just like a roadmap, a mind map will give an overview of a large subject or area gathered together large amounts of data in one place. Encourage problem-solving by allowing you to see new creative pathways, enable you to plan routes or to make choices. And we'll let you know where you are going and where you have been and is easy to read and to remember. Using mind maps for preparing your speech. The mindmaps are an excellent tool for helping you prepare a well-structured in-focus speech that are particularly helpful as they enable you to see the whole picture of the structure around which you build your speech. Not only can mindmaps help you to plan, what do you intend to pretend. But there are also a useful tool when it comes to widen your speech out in full. You can keep referring back to it. Detect you're on track. Here. It's an example of how to draw a mindmap from Tony Buzan, the inventor of mindmaps. Start by drawing a central image that embodies the main theme of your speech. Think about all the research you have done and the information you have gathered from it. You can add an information branch, do your mind-map, and write down the main strands of information that you have gathered. Next, draw branches on your mind-map to represent the main parts of your speech. The introduction, the central argument, and a conclusion. Look at your information branch and think about how it could all hang together. And ideas from this branch as sub-branches to the central argument branch. Thus building the main body of information in your speech. Once you have established a proper structure of your argument, you can go back and work out your introduction and conclusion. Finally, review your whole mindmap to check that the argument or the themes of your speech are presented in a current and logical way. Once you are satisfied with your mind-map, you can begin writing your speech. Keeping your mind-map beside you to stay on track. You can also use mindmaps for memorizing your speech. Mind maps are also freely on roadmaps for the memory. And that want you to organize facts and thoughts in such a way that your brain's natural way of working is engaged right from the start. This means that remembering and recalling information later is far easier and more reliable that when using traditional note-taking techniques. Why to use mind maps? As Tony Buzan claims, a mind map is the ultimate organizational thinking tool. The Swiss army knife of the brain. A mind map is the easiest way to put information into your brain and to take information out of your brain. It's a creative and effective means of note-taking that literally maps out your thoughts. And it is so simple. As a Mind Mapper, You will begin to facilitate the same pot processes that were used by the greatest creative thinkers in history. All this creative Genesis use a power of language, of images to organize, develop every member their thoughts. Both Leonardo da Vinci and Einstein, use their imaginations fooling. It was Einstein who said, Imagination is more important than knowledge. And uncertain was correct. Because human brain thinks in pictures or fantasies. These are the brains alphabet. Among all five senses. The site is probably the most important for the memory because it helps to create mental images directly without much prior processing. The site provides to the brain already created images, which it only has to store them. The other four senses requires specific processing of perceptions for them to become mental images. Usually, they are only associated with the mental images that are already created through side. How to get started my mapping. Mindmaps have some things in common. They all use color. They all have a natural structure that radiates from the center. And they all use curved lines, symbols, words, and images according to a set of simple, basic, natural and brain friendly rules. With a mindmap along list of boring information can be turned into a colon full, highly organized, memorable diagram that works in line with our brain's natural way of doing things. Tony Buzan suggest the following guidelines for creating mindmaps. One, start in the center of a blank page, turn sideways. Why? Because starting the center gives your brain freedom to spread out in all directions and to express itself more freely and naturally. To use an image or picture for your central idea. Why? Because an image is worth a thousand words, an LPS, use your imagination. A central image is more interesting, keeps you focused, helps you concentrate and gives your brain more of a bus. Use colors throughout. Why? Because colors are as excited into our brain is our images. Color adds extra vibrancy and life to your mind-map at tremendous energy to your creative thinking. And it's fun for connect your main branches to the central image and connect your second, third level branches to the first second level, et cetera. Why? Because your brain works by association, it likes to link two or three or four things together. If you connect the branches, you will understand and remember a lot more easily. Connecting your main branches also create and establishes a basic structure or architecture for your thoughts. Very similar to the way in which in nature a tree has connected branches that radiate from a central trunk. If there were little gaps between the trunk and its main branches, or between those main branches and the smaller branches and twigs. Nature wouldn't work quite so well. Without connection in your mind map everything, especially your memory and learning falciparum. Connect. 5, make your branches curved, rather dense straight line. Why? Because having nothing but straight lines is whoring to her brain. Curved organic branches, but the branches of trees are far more attractive and riveting to your eye. Six, use one key word per line. Why? Because single keywords give you a mindmap more power and flexibility. It single word or image is like a multiplier, generating its own special array of associations and connections. When you'd use single keywords, each one is freer and therefore better able to spark of new ideas and new thoughts. Seven, use image throughout. Why? Because each image, like the central image, is also worth a thousand words. So if you have only 10 images in your mind-map, it's already the equal of 10 thousand words of notes. You can learn all about mind mapping by reading the ultimate book of mindmaps might turn in Busan. If you prefer to create mindmaps on your computer, you can find on the Internet a lot of mindmaps, software that will help you do this effectively. Some of them are free software, while others have a free version and a paid for version. Even if you might want to use the paid for version, you can download the free 1 first to test it out and get the hang of it. 4. 3.2.Design Your Speech with a Word,using The Acronym Method: What is an acronym? And the acronym is an abbreviation, spoken like a word. You probably are familiar with many of the acronyms that are in common use, such as CIA for the Central Intelligence Agency, or unesco for a United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. The acronyms can also help you to make your speech more memorable for your audience. Design your speech with a word. Take a word that is relevant to your speech and important to the audience, and use it as an acronym by creating a structure of concepts, each starting with a ladder up this Word. You can do this with almost any word. Here's an example of this method from the Brian Tracy's book, speak to when. Starting from the word success. Brian Tracy explains how to organize a speech about success around as a Cronin. The first letter S stands for a sense of purpose. Then explain the importance of having clear, specific goals before you begin. The second letter, U stands for You are responsible. I explained that you must take charge of your life and career and you must refuse to make any excuses. The third letter C stands for customer satisfaction. You must clearly identify your ideal customer. Decide what you can do to win her over and satisfying her better than your competitor can. The fourth letter C stands for creativity. I explained the importance of finding better, faster, cheaper ways to promote and sell your product in today's market. The fifth letter E stands for excellence. You must become absolutely excellent at what you do and continually strive to improve. The sixth letter S stands for sensitivity to others. You must think about other people and how, what do you do and say can have an effect on them. Finally, the last letter S, stand for, stick to it. You must resolve in advance that you will never give up and that you will persist in the face of all adversity and difficulties. Using this word and elaborating on each letter. Brian, he's able to speak without notes for 60 or 90 minutes and never lose his place. Audience laughs it and looks forward eagerly to the meaning of each letter as he explains it. As I said earlier, you can use this method with almost any word, whether it's a three-letter word or a 10 letter word. This method is an effective way to organize your thoughts and impress your audience by speaking fluidly without notes. Think of this simple method as your pocket memory technique. That you keep it handy to make it easier to organize your ideas when you plan and design your speech. 5. 4.1.Overview: Now that your speeches ready, you can begin to memorize it. The secret of making a good speech is not to remember the entire speech word for word, but the main keywords of your speech. Here are the steps for an effective memorization. Write an outline including all main points of the speech. Use destructor from your mind-map to plan your talk on paper. Draw a series of five large sections down the center of the page. It's section represent an element of the talk. The first section will be the introduction and the comments that you will use to get the attention and to set the stage. The second, third, fourth section will be the key points that you intend to make. If you are given a longer talk, you can use more sections for the key points and even use another page if necessary. The last section will be the wrap up and close dip. Memorizing the introduction can be a good idea because knowing precisely what to say at the beginning of a speech can help calm you down and ease you into the setting. Memorizing the conclusion is also helpful because it prevents you from accidentally falling into a conclude and loop in which you continually repeat information as you're trying to close. If for any reason your speech live is cut back because of changes in the schedule, at least you know how to add your talk in an effective way. Second, splayed the speech into chunks, divide the speech into short, manageable chunks that are between 23 sentences long. Three, use trigger words. The value of trigger words is that they become a shorthand way to recall a whole section of the speech. So when you go through your sections of your speech, you have read an underline certain words and selecting them to be the triggers. Once you are familiar with the speech, the ROM rehearsal and review, you can focus on remembering only dose triggers. You need to have them in a sequence, not just recall them. So you must use a technique for learning this words in order. Then when you think of this word in that sequence, they will call up each section of the story. Now, you can begin to apply the memory techniques For prepare a mental journey with specific storage locations in your memory palace or along your route, you will apply a memory technique called a loci method or to location method. The idea is to create a path in your mind made up, up places that you know well and can easily visualize and then populate these places with images representing whatever you want to remember. You can select this places either in your imagination or by actually taking a walk to see them. Just pick up places that form a logical path as you walk around from start to finish. One of the ways of doing this is to write down all the landmarks that you can recall in order when a piece of paper, fifth, form a picture of each chunk, then put it in a specific storage location along the journey, key points are translated into key images and placed along a simple journey, create a mental image for each part. The more absurd and unique the images, the easier it will be to recall it later. In your speech. You need to weave the mental images together. The easiest way to do this is to visualize yourself traveling along various locations of serving the pictures in order. Here, you can use the link memory method page in your long-term memory with a repeat and rehearsed techniques. In the next movie, I will present you in detail each of these memory techniques. 6. 4.2.The Location Method(Loci): How does it work? The location method uses familiar locations to help you memorize important information. Load ci equals locations. This is Latin word meaning places. The location method is based on two components of the artificial memory. Images. And places. Images represent the contents of what do you wish to remember. Places are where those images are stored. The idea is to create a path in your mind made up of places that you know well and can easily visualize. And then populate this places with images representing the parts of the speech that you need to memorize. The idea is to create a path in your mind made up of places that you know well and can easily visualize. And then populate these places with images representing the parts of the speech that you need to memorize. In your speech. You need to weave the mental images together. Do associate each idea that you want to learn with a root marker and combine them into one image by using the link method. When do you want to remember these words again? You simply go through the route markers in the same sequence and all the words appear in your mind's eye. Couldn't get confused about the order of the speech part, because the mental journey will give you the order effortlessly. The location method has two variants. The Roman room technique, based on a mental route around a room or a building, but you know, visualizing the known objects and their associated images. The journey technique based on the mental journey through replaced, you know, well, like a Beall Dean, or town along the journey, there are specific locations that you always visit in the same order. This could, for example, be your journey to work in the morning, the root to be so your parents, or a tour around the holiday destination. Both techniques works with mental roots, which are called memory palaces. A memory palace is a metaphor for any well-known place that you're able to easily visualize. Memory palaces can be mental routes around the room. Roots threat down, or they can be roots in your favorite computer game. The candy real or imaginary, small or big, indoors or outdoors. So long as there's some owner dead links one place to the next. And so long as they are intimately familiar. Tip. The recommended technique for memorizing speeches is the Roman room variant of the lower GI system. It's always a good option to create a journey in a logical order across the same room. Where do you were supposed to give a speech? This way, all the stages are visible in front of you. And if you are stuck somewhere for whatever reason, you can always look at the next location in your journey and can immediately recall your next point. In nation rome, mnemonic was part of every public speakers draining in rhetoric based on information from manuscripts of the time. This technique seems to have been well-known. For example, some speakers use the individual pillars of the hall in which they were speaking as markers to remember the key points of third lecture. Second, using the location method. Step 1, prepare the journey to use this technique most effectively. It is recommended to prepare the journey beforehand. In this way, the landmarks are already clear in your mind before you begin to memorize the information. Step two, identify the specific storage locations along your route. You can't select this places either in your imagination or by actually taking a walk to see them. Just pick up places that form a logical path as you walk around from start to finish. One of the ways of doing this is to write down all the landmarks that you can recall in order on a piece of paper. Step 3, memorized a root. Try visualizing the places when you are not there. And then tick your mental image to make sure that you have remember every location and put them in the correct order. Once it stops on the journey, are firmly fixed in your imagination. You can easily locate items out of order. Step 4, began to use it. With your new memory journey. You are able to associate each word, item, topic, concept, or idea with the locations. If you wish to add extra details, such as statistics, you can use a memory technique for numbers, such as numbers, shape, number, rhyme, or domain your system in order to create memorable images and add them to your journey. Make that image visually exciting to help you better remember to image. The more dramatic, even bizarre and wacky this scene, the better you can remember it. It will help you to remember the correct order and can easily be used over and over again for different purposes. You just see the place column, your association with it. And you will remember the item on your list that you have placed there. Now that you're familiar with the method. Here is a short example of how to use it. Least of keywords to remember the five key success factors of business. First, managing people. Second, strategic focus. Third, operations for physical resources. Fifth, customer relations. Form. A memorable picture for each factor. They put it in a specific storage location along the journey. Now, let's create the mental journey 1. First of all, you will talk about management. Imagine a poster with a business woman on the left wall. Then you will need to refer to strategic focus. Imagine oversight, photographic objective in front of the window. Three, the next factor that you must percent is operations. Imagine a surgeon operating in the corner of the room. Strange association, right? Remember, strange is memorable. The more absurd, vivid, or ridiculous associations you can make your mental images, the more readily they'll come back to you. For that, you need to talk about physical resources. As a well-known physicist, Einstein want to remind you of the word physical 5. The last factor is customer satisfaction. A shopping bag can be a trigger for the notion of customer. Now, let's recapitulate as if you were in front of the audience. You will talk first about management, then about strategic focus, operations, fiscal resources, and finally, customer relations. Then location method is especially useful when you want to learn a series of items from words and names to topics to cover in your speech in a particular order. 7. 4.3.The Link Method: Link means association. It means a key concept in memory Improvement. Association is about binding together of two things and create a link, a hook through which one of them will bring to light the other from the depths of memory. The association can be made only between two things and no more. One of these things is already known and it's easy to remember. This is a place on your mental route. It will attract the memory of the other thing which is new for the brain. The association makes a reminder connection. After the memory storage of the association, it will be hard not to think about those two things in an associative way. In the process of memorizing your speech, the link method is used for creating visual associations between the ideas you want to memorize with the route markers and combine them into one image. Here are some tips for an effective application of this method. Tip number 1, turn abstract concepts into concrete things. A symbol image of a concrete thing can make information easier to recall. Tip number two, create impact images by using color, motion, size, and exaggeration. Absurd, vivid, or ridiculous associations are the most likely to help you retain the new concepts. The more vivid you make your associations, the more readily they'll come back to you. 8. 4.4.Review and Rehearse: Would you do want to remember something? Review and rehearsal can help you solidify the memory in your mind. In review, you go over what do you have just learned to more firmly encoded in the first place? With locations and visualization set, you need to begin practicing your speech by relying on this images for guidance. As you practice, actually imagine yourself moving from location to location, viewing each image in the order that it's corresponding bullet point falls within your speech. Review the items and images over and over in your mind until you know them. The public speak and experts use special review and techniques when they practice, such as focusing on particular words or images that are likely to help them remembered the rest of that material. They don't try to remember everything that can effectively fill in the blanks when they have missing information in material they have partially learned and remembered, such as when they are able to fill in the rest of the story, they are recalling every counting to others. You can create an outline of the speech and then fill in the content. In rehearsal, you expand on your initial review with a return to the material. So your firmly fixed that encoded in place. The first step is visualization or mentally rehearsing before his speech event, which allow you to round through the event in your mind. Rehearsed the speech in its entirety several times, perhaps in front of a mirror until your delivery is natural. Tried practicing the speech out loud, rather than only trying to recall it in your mind. The more your rehearse, the more confident you will be, and the more fluent you will seem to your audience. If you know your subject matter and have adequately prepared, you will be able to deliver your message loud and clear. 9. 5.The Practical Part of the Course: In the practical part of this course, I will create a memorize a speech about memory improvement named tips for improving your memory. After having research the subject, I see that size, some ideas that I will present in my speech. A good memory is essential. Use it or lose. It involves all your senses. They attention in order to create a strong first impression. Persist in learning the memory improvement techniques. Put yourself in the story. Review every hers. I will create a structure of the speech, might throw in a mindmap. I've created a branch for the gathered information and one branch for each important part of the speech. Now, I will organize these ideas and hang them on the right branches. The first idea will develop into speech introduction because it's more general. In order to make the speech more interesting and easier to remember, I reorganized and reform related these ideas so that I could create an acronym around which I would organize my presentation. As you can see, the first letters of these ideas form the acronym crispy. I now have a structure around which I can develop my ideas. The simplest way to close my speech is to summarize the key points. My repeated them one by one. And given the natural conclusion that flows from them. And my final remark will be the call to action that asked or tells the audience what I wanted to do with the information I just have presented. As you have noticed in the speech preparation step, I applied it to learn memory techniques, the mindmaps techniques, and the Cronin technique. Now it's time to apply the techniques we have learned to memorize and recall the speech. For each part of the speech, I will choose a representative image that I will place along an orderly route around the hole where I speak. Here is the link images for every bard of my speech. And here is my eight stages journey around the whole introduction. Key, key 0.5, key 0.6. And conclusion. Now let's make the associations. The first step is the introduction. I will start from left wall overlap into image. A good memory is essential. Then in the six places at the bottom of the hole, I will put the pictures related to the six key points. Key 0.1 cultivates your memory. Key point to review and rehearse. Key point 3, involved all your senses. Key point for strong first impression. People in five persist in learning the memory improvement techniques. Key 0.6, you are apart of the story. And the closing of the presentation. I will summarize the key points by following their Cronin crispy, and I will make a call to action. Now that I have memorized the structure of the speech, I can create some ideas around it that will give it consistency. The final step is reversible. Here is how I will deliver this speech that I created. And memorized tips for improving your memory. A introduction. A good memory is essential for a student, executive, employee, politician. Effect. For everyone in every walk of life, it is necessary to, in social life, for a person who forgets his social engagement and never remembers the phases of those who met will never be social success. Memory plays a big role in our life. Today, I will present you the most effective tips from the memory expert to help you to improve your memory. B, key points organized around the crispy acronym. Cultivate your memory. Use your memory and place confidence in it. One of the important things in the cultivation of the memory is the actual use of it. Do not allow your memory to atrophy. To review and rehearse. In review, you go over, what do you have just learned to more firmly encoded in the first place? In rehearsal, you expand on your initial review with a return to the material. So you firmly fixed that encoded in place. Three, evolve all your senses. You can strengthen your memory by involving various senses and recalling the information to relay the data. An impression received through more census is stronger as one received through what one of these channels. For strong first impression, get into the habit of fixed in a clear and strong impression from the first. Your first impression must be strong and firm enough to serve as a basis for subsequent ones. Otherwise, each DOM your revive an impression. He would not include details omitted in the first 15. Persist until you learn the memory improvement techniques. Techniques can be somewhat complicated until you learn them. That is like driving or using a computer. Once you learn to whys and hows, you never really need to think much about them after that, once the memory techniques are imprinted in your brain, they become a natural process. Six, you are part of the story. You will remember more information if you're trying to relay that information to yourself by putting yourself in the story created from mnemonic images, you somehow trick your brain into believing that the experience has actually happened to you. See conclusion. Now you know that in order to improve your memory, you need a few CRISPR things. Cultivate your memory, review and rehearse, evolve all your senses. A strong first impression, persistence in learning the memory improvement techniques. And to put yourself in the story. The journey of memory improvement does not end, but it does give more interesting because you will begin to memorize easily anything you want. None of the top memory expert would claim to be born with a great memory. All of them have learned all the necessary techniques to develop their skills. Enough practice to a high level to get them to the top of the scale. You can do the same. Why not start today? You too can become a mental athlete. 10. 6.Summary and Next Steps: Courts summary. We've covered a lot of topics in this course. You now know what are the steps for designing and memorize in a speech or presentation and when to apply the memory techniques in this process. We talk about some useful memory systems and methods explaining details and with examples by using the memory techniques that you have just learned in this course, it will be very easy to memorize the important points of speech, or even the entire speech or presentation, and eliminate the fear of forgetting forever. At this point, you might be wondering what's next. If this course is over, what are the next steps on this journey towards becoming a better public speaker? And when does it end? Since none of us are perfect or will ever be? There is always a way for us to improve. If public speaking will become your hobby, you'll continue to improve it over time. And this is a process that continues all your life. And it does get more interesting because you will begin to memorize easily anything you want. You might wonder then, what is the next step on the journey? Where do you go from here? I created a series of courses dedicated entirely to memory techniques. Discourses can make you understand what memory improvement is about and see for yourself just how simple and handed this skill is. You will find simple techniques that you can apply in your daily life that can ensure your success in different situations that you face every day. I also recommend you visit my blog, the name obey, or do you can find the most complete and orderly collection of materials on this field of memory improvement. Books via courses, memory techniques, memory foods and drinks, memory supplements, and many more. Final words. I would like to thank you for your interest and for your time. I wish you well in memory improvement, in public speaking and in life, keep improving your skills and keep learning. 11. 7.Bonus-How to Memorize Jokes: Why should you use humor in your speech? Because as a public speaker, your job is to bring meaning to the fact, to add emotion to the whole event and watch the audience feeling better than when they arrived. A general can be used as an icebreaker designed to engage the audience and break the ice to get them ready to hear what you are about to say. If you think that a joke or story is funny, you can deliver it well. Audience is likely to be receptive. You can use one or more jokes in your speech. But you must be careful because this is an art. You must be sure that the audience will interpret your story or joke as humerus. In recent studies, it was found that of the thousands of people questioned, nearly 80 percent thought of themselves as not particularly good joke tellers. All wanted to be good joke tellers. And all listed memory as their major obstacle. Because this area is closely related to public speaking. I will show you how to use the memory techniques to effectively retain jokes and funny stories. The memorization of jokes is actually far easier to deal with than the memorization of speeches. Because the entire creative aspect of the work has already been done for you. I will present you an example of how to use memory techniques in this area. From the to10 bosons book, use your memory. Memorizing jokes involve two steps. First, you must remember the joke to begin with, and second, you must have remembering details. First step, you must capture the main elements of the jokes and categorize them. Integrate or in a mindmap. Divide the kind of jokes you wish to tell into general categories. For example, animal jokes, March jokes, dr. Jokes, blonde jokes, and so on. The second area involves your use of the link method for memorizing the details. Let us take, for example, the joke about the men know, went into a pot and bought a piece of beer, haven't given his beer, is suddenly realized he had to make an argent telephone call. But he knew that some of the characters in the pub would swipe you spin before he returned. In order to prevent this heat wrote on the glass, I am the world scary champion. And when to make his telephone call securely thinking that his beer was safe. When he returned, he immediately saw his glass was empty. And you notice more exclaimed limb underneath his own. It read, thanks for depend, the world's fastest runner. To remember to joke, you consciously select major keywords from it, joined in them to form the basic narrative. All you need from this entire joke are the key memory words, pinned, phone, karate champion, and running champion. To complete your memorization, use the link method to connect the four key memory words. With the system. You will be able to remember clearly and categorize whatever jokes you wish. Have I convinced you? I hope so because even a small amount of humor can turn a newt speech into a great speech.