How to be More Articulate – 8 Powerful Secrets

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How to be More Articulate – 8 Powerful Secrets to become more articulate in speech and well spoken, so you can wow your audience, convey your thoughts and ideas without misunderstandings, and even change lives. For more, listen to my Career Revisionist Podcast here:

Being able to speak well means that you can talk about your ideas and your thoughts in ways that other people will understand. This is important not only because we all want to be understood, but from the listener’s perspective, they will receive the gift your message.

When you are able to speak well and articulate even the most complex ideas clearly, you are automatically seen as an authority, someone who is knowledgeable and trustworthy. The good news is that being articulate and well spoken is a skill that can be learned through practice and dedication. And like all skills, they get better with time. Contrary to popular belief, you do not need a complex vocabulary to be articulate!

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Most career and job search strategies bombard people with messages telling you to a-million-and-one things like: craft an outstanding resume, write an attention-grabbing cover letter, do an extensive job search, go networking often, reframe your weaknesses, upsell your strengths, impress the recruiters, and upgrade your technical skills.

While those may be a necessary part of the equation to building a meaningful career, it isn’t the right place to start. Starting there often leaves even the highest performing professional feeling frustrated, uninspired, and beginning to second guess themselves.

Job postings are like advertisements. They were written by hired hands to attract candidates.

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If you don’t do this, you can count on having negative thoughts creeping in about what’s wrong with your resume, your background, age, experience, or anything you might think is putting you at a disadvantage.

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31 COMMENTS

  1. Great video! I never imagined I would need lessons on articulation. However as I have expanded my knowledge through becoming an Expert in Mixed Research and Analysis, speaking is far different than writing. In writing to inform and provide, the context must be exact, which requires exact words which most people have no clue about their proper use. So when I go to speak on a pod cast like the other day, I can't find the most commonly used words and maintain my emotion. It just doesnt work because as I flip through the mental dictionary, that in itself requires in most cases. A more matter of fact and serious frame or mind, then you have to juggle that and what is suppose to be a simple reply becomes a politicians answer if not answering in regards to then verbally trying navigate into the proper context and expression. It is very embarrassing. So I'm glad people have made these videos. Thanks again.

  2. 1. (0:40) Expand Your Vocabulary, 2. (1:42) Practice Improvising, 3. (2:53) Pause, 4. (3:32) Tone and Accentuation, 5. (6:02) Listen to Yourself, 6. (6:51) Portray Confidence & Self-Assurance, 7. (7:24) Use Variation, 8. (8:19) Understand Yourself.

  3. Thank You so much for this informative video. I've searched for this and I found the answers to my questions.

  4. I can be articulate when talking to people I know but stutter when there are other people. 🙁 . An introvert here.

  5. As a 17 year old bangladeshi, I find it very helpful. This is one of the best tutorials I have ever watched. Thank you very much for teaching us for free

  6. Improvising! I love this secret to being more articulate. This is something that I had to work on just like you did with auditioning for that musical.
    It was tough for me, but over many years of sales presentations or just pitching my friends where to go on the weekend get-away helped me get comfortable with thinking 'on the spot'
    Thank you for sharing.

  7. What an amazing video. Becoming more articulate in English is one of my goals for 2020 so I am very happy to stumble upon your channel.

    To memorize and summerize what you mentioned in the video here are the 8 tips:

    #1. Expand your vocabulary.
    #2. Practice improvising.
    #3. Pause instead of using filler words.
    #4. Pay attention to your tone & accentuation
    #5. Listen to yourself. Try to record yourself.
    #6. Portray confidence & self-assurance.
    #7. Use variation. Vary between long & short sentences or high and low volume.
    #8. Understand yourself. Find the true reason why you lack articulation.

  8. Thanks for the excellent tips, Grace. Please expand on these two questions.
    1."Remembering to pause" is a struggle when I'm already anxious about communicating to a group of people, large or small, to feel all those people looking at me. 2.How do I practice reducing self consciousness?

  9. I struggle so bad i start talking and i keep saying like and Its like because i cant explain what i mean to say like i know what i wanna get out but i cant ever explain what im meaning to say if that makes any sense

  10. What was your most embarrassing speaking experience? Public speaking? Work presentation? Large crowd?
    Let me know in the comments below, I'd love to hear from you!

  11. You did a good job. Being articulate and making your points is extremely important. People in general find these qualities very likeable and will implement them in their own lives.

  12. Thank you so much! I feel I’ve had problems articulating my thoughts and I’ve told my friends how I’ve been feeling. I’m definitely going to try these. Thank you so much for taking the time to help me and others.

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