How To Speak With Confidence – Speaking With Class – How To Speak Well & Confidently – Talking Tips

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  1. Out of school I talk so loud but then when I’m in school my voice just goes quieter then my shout is my normal voice 🙁

  2. My problem is I'm scared that they will think I'm weird and I have a weird voice but when I'm with my friends I'm loud as hell

  3. Do you have a video on how to always find something to talk about? I tend to run out of stuff to say very quickly, then I get bored in the relationship and break up and find someone else to do it all over again.

  4. Hey, thanks for doing a video on this topic! Back when I was just a little boy, someone [at school?] commented about how I hardly ever smiled. It was something I never even noticed. So, over that weekend, I periodically spent time alone in the mirror practicing and perfecting my smile. After about a week or two of practicing in the mirror, everyone started commenting about how GREAT of a smile I had. And, even to this day, the most common compliment I get is about my big smile! So, when you mentioned that speaking with confidence is something that we should practice, I was immediately able to relate to that idea. And, looking back on how I practiced, developing my smile was mainly about being self-aware and about relaxing my facial muscles so that they weren't so tense.

  5. 6. Be Sincere. Yeah. A close cousin to don't be arrogant. I've noticed in my own conversation that when I try to speak with confidence, what I sometimes project to others is arrogance.  I have to make a conscious effort to dial it back a bit. I don't mean to be arrogant, but that's what is projected when a person acts a little too confident. It's a subtle, invisible line that I'm trying to be more aware of.

  6. I'm sorry, but you have zero class to the manner in which you communicate. You sound like a used car salesman. American's struggle to sound eloquent or classy inherently. Some American's do speak in the Queen's English (or 'Received English') but fewer do than ever before. You speak too fast, you sound like you're trying to sell me something. You use small simple words that sound as though you lack a vocabulary befitting of someone who HAS class, or education. You also sound as though you have a limited to low level education; which would also hinder your ability to 'speak with class.' Slow it down, enunciate, pronounce, avoid slang, and enhance your vocabulary.


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