How does the Vivid Method simplify Public Speaking?

It's a revolutionary method that dissolves mental interference (caused by information overload and normal speaking nerves), so you can think clearly, manage anxiety and speak persuasively. It gives you:

  1. A simpler way to control nerves. 
  2. A simpler way to structure your ideas. 
  3. A simpler way to engage your audience with natural delivery skills. 

It removes the obstacles and develops you as a relaxed, credible and persuasive speaker - ready to deliver compelling presentations, speeches and media conversations.

The Vivid Method has 3 parts:


1. The ClarityFirst Principles

  • Principles to think clearly and dissolve anxiety, so you can relax and get on with your talk.
  • When you're clear on WHAT to do and HOW to do it, your mind and body automatically help you succeed.
  • Help you develop a relaxed, Natural Style and speak with certainty.

2. Create a Speech Outline

  • The SpeechOutline Process is a flexible framework to create a Presentation Outline.
  • It guides you to clarify the central message and group information in a Chunk Structure.
  • This step reduces preparation time (save hours or even days).
  • Download the free PDF template for the SpeechOutline Process.

 

3. Give Great Explanations

  • Simple options to engage your audience with natural delivery skills.
  • Visual Explanations: How to use visual support.
  • How to use your presence, maintain poise and handle questions.
  • Persuasive techniques to sell ideas and get support for them.

Get training in the Vivid Method in workshops, seminars and coaching programs that show you how to leverage communication skills to improve personal success and organisational performance. They help you:

  • think clearly
  • speak with certainty 
  • sell ideas
  • lead effectively

Here's a video (just for fun) discussing the Vivid Method for public speaking:

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