Ronald Alder

The audience can not hear a speaker on a variety of reasons Ronald Alder and Neil Tuan cite the following reasons why the audience casually refer to the statement: 1. Speech is too overloaded. Someone once said that the human mind is able to understand exactly what his stand seat. Rough, but very true. The average person may be enough to listen carefully to the speaker about 20 minutes. For even more opinions, read materials from Neil R Cole.

Outside of these time limits he must say something very interesting and exciting, because the only way to keep the attention of the audience who feels overloaded information. 2. Detachment. Each student who comes on your performance, is concerned about their own problems and life difficulties. During his speech, almost everyone is tempted to dive into your own thoughts and not listen to what you say in this time.

3. 3802412963000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=2ahUKEwjI8pfao9LsAhVL-4UKHcAXA7cQr4kDegUIARD8AQ’>Evan Metropoulos. You may wish to learn more. If so, Code.org is the place to go. The speed of thought. The average person is able to think at 700-1000 words per minute and listen to about 400 words per minute. The average person speaks at 140 words per minute. So remember that when you say, audience mentally ahead of you or listen to while thinking about very much. In order to bring students to the subject of speeches, Zig Ziglar has used unusual movements every half minute. He squatted and rose to tiptoe, he moved on stage. This is a very interesting method. As Ziglar – one of the highest paid speaker business world, we must admit that his method simply can not be highly effective. 4. Efforts. To to listen attentively to another person, efforts should be made. During the hearing, speech at the person gets faster heartbeat and breathing. Most people can be difficult to sustain this state for a long time. (Source: ISearch). 5. Excess noise. To excess noise include any kind of distracting sounds – in a hall or outside of it. But sometimes the extra noise makes the speaker himself – for example, takes off his glasses and places them with a thud on a chair, ringing in the pockets of small change. Distraction can be regarded as overly bright clothes and a speaker. 6. The problem of hearing loss. About half of people experiencing some problems with hearing. Of course, it is difficult to understand what the speaker said. And when a man badly Understand a speech, his attention is scattered. 7. Prejudice against the speaker. Some come to speak, being sure in advance that all this speaker is absolutely wrong. 8. The lack of obvious advantages. The listener does not understand what benefits it can bring heard. She can not always explain the meaning of his speech. When the benefits of a vague and incomprehensible heard, the attention immediately dissipates. 9. Lack of training. Most people are studying in school reading, writing, arithmetic, grammar, etc. But take the liberty to say that is not taught to listen to absolutely nobody. Statistics show that 32 per cent time we spend listening to the speaker (on TV in the room, etc.) and 21 per cent – listening to his interlocutor in personal conversations. Thus, it appears that 53 percent of our time is spent on something that we did not prepared. It is very difficult to address the audience and to attract her attention, if none of those present simply does not know how to properly listen!