Let's recap. you've identified in one sentence what it is you want your audience to do. He brainstormed on messages that might motivate them. To do that, you've narrowed it down to your top five, you've come up with a story for each one, you've come up with a slide or an image or a prop. To help each message more if you want to use visuals, you have a single sheet of notes to help you remember, you've practiced your speech on video numerous times until you've liked it. You then showed it to other colleagues.
And you've improved it and refined it even more until your colleagues are not just liking you as a speaker, but remembering the key messages and the ideas that are really important to you. Now that you've done that, now that you actually have a presentation that you know works. I want to look at it and give you my professional critique and others And the class will give you their feedback as well. So, upload the video to YouTube or any other file sharing site you want. post it in the discussion section, or the q&a section of this course any way you can get it to us to look at it. I will personally look at this video and give you my critique my feedback on what you're doing well, and where you need to improve.
I'll tell you, most people don't take advantage. It's, I don't get paid any extra for it. This is something people have a lot of money for me to do in real life. And you can get this right here now for the low cost of what you paid to be in this course. So take advantage of it. Don't just watch videos and think you become a better speaker.
That's not how people become better speakers. You don't become a better swimmer. By reading books or watching videos on swimming, you have to get in and swim. That's what I need you to do. So to take it to the final level. I need you to post your speech, your presentation right here.