Friday, June 4, 2021

Why Public Speaking is Important and Update 12

I’m sure there are many who will ask why is public speaking important. 

It’s pretty obvious really. Everyone encounters a situation where public speaking skills are necessary. It could be at work, school/university, or in your personal life. 

And you'll want to:

  • Share information 
  • Motivate listeners to make a change 
  • Win over your audience 

Not to mention, career benefits: 

  • Bring people together 
  • Career advancement 
  • Become a thought leader 
  • Sales – the art of persuasion is mandatory 
  • Stand out in the workforce 

As well as making new social connections: 

  • Get comfortable in social settings 
  • Find supporters 
  • Increase your professional network 

And undoubtedly, there are the personal benefits: 

  • Boost confidence 
  • Improve communication skills 
  • Enhance critical thinking 
  • Learn to argue 
  • Be a better listener 
  • Personal satisfaction 

And when you can appreciate all of the above, at the very least, you’ll want to equip yourself with public speaking basics. 

Public speaking is one of the most effective ways to get your message across. 

With public speaking, you can influence the world around you. If you see something that needs to change, use public speaking to change it! 

Every public speaking opportunity you come across is a time to spread your influence for the greater good. That’s why World Speech Day is there for you!

Here's this week's update:



The Top 25 WSD 2021 videos as at today, 07:30 AM Malaysian time: 

  • Sanjanaa Kanthan – 2347 views (2319) 
  • Velleny Jivel Jinau – 1727 views (1635) 
  • Simon Gibson – 1240 views (1224) 
  • Yosshveina Jega Theesan – 1206 views (1198) 
  • Tashvein Jega Theesan – 1173 views (1158) 
  • Amirah – 1155 views (1146) 
  • Karyn Yadlyn – 1126 views (1036) 
  • Christal Wong – 1119 views (1035) 
  • Vellvie Jivel Jinau – 936 views (922) 
  • Santhy Dewi Pillai – 631 views (609) 
  • Sumithra Devi – 607 views (595) 
  • Joyce Tan – 539 views (519) 
  • Annie Tsen – 526 views (526) 
  • Ooi Mei Ling – 492 views (482) 
  • Robyn Grace Leo – 476 views (455) 
  • Chong Kai Zhen – 435 views (410) 
  • Janany Ganabatirau – 433 views (432) 
  • Vashnavy Ragupathy – 405 (376) 
  • Thanuja Kunasekaran – 394 (333) 
  • Haari Shamundiswary – 392 (284) 
  • Ahmed Tarek Fawzy – 385 views (385) 
  • Mathew Varughese – 367 views (362)
  • Ilham Firdaus – 363 views (363) 
  • Chin Hui Ling – 357 views ( – )  
  • Karan Z’vyr – 347 views (340) 

[Note: The figures in parentheses indicate the number of views from the last report published May 28, 2021]. 

A reminder: If you’ve not subscribed to the said channel, please do so because you’ll be showing your support for CV+ and World Speech Day! 

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