Five Ways to Overcome Nerves Before Giving a Speech




Most people feel nervous prior to giving a speech. This is human nature and indeed some degree of nerves is absolutely essential to remain alert and deliver the speech clearly. However nerves do become a problem if they are debilitating in any way. Thankfully, there are practical ways to overcome this which are outlined below.


Rationalize your nerves


First of all, silently and in advance of your speech, rationalise your thoughts. What are nerves? Nerves are simply a fight or flight response to danger. If you anticipate something you fear adrenaline will pump around your body causing you to feel anxiety. Although it may feel uncomfortable, nothing bad will happen to you. In fact look at your nerves as a positive thing as they will give you the energy to deliver your speech in an emotive, engaging and passionate way.


Prepare and Practice


The more familiar you are with something, the less uncomfortable it makes you feel. Think about your first day at work and think about how you feel at work now? The anxiety levels will have undoubtedly reduced the more familiar you are with your role, surroundings, colleagues etc. Apply this principle to your speech. First of all, know the subject of your speech inside out. Write the speech in the format it is to be delivered i.e. on PowerPoint or acetates. Prepare speaker notes that give you prompts on the title of the slide and its contents. If there are any names or statistics that you might find difficult to remember, include them on your speaker notes. These notes are not designed to be read from, but are designed to be held by the speaker and glanced at every so often to prompt the speaker and facilitate the flow of the presentation from beginning to end. They should be produced on small, discrete cards that can be hand held.


Engage with the audience


Familiarise yourself with who the audience is going to be, how many people will be listening and what their objectives are by listening to your speech. You must understand your target audience before writing the presentation so that you hit the correct tone and deliver it using the appropriate vocabulary. If it is fitting, circulate your presentation to a select few members of the audience ahead of the speech and ask for their feedback. Again once this is done, if it is appropriate, circulate the speech to the audience beforehand so that they know what to expect and have an opportunity to prepare any questions in advance.


Structure the presentation


Make sure you structure your speech in a logical way. You want your message to be delivered in as clear and concise way as possible i.e. a beginning (introduction), middle (main body) and end (conclusion). The best way to remember this is to ‘say what you are going to say; say it; and say it again! Always thank the audience for listening at the end of the speech and invite them to ask any questions.


Keep Calm


There is no need to panic. What is the worst that can happen? Even if you mix the presentation up, chances are the audience will not even notice. If your mind goes blank, take a sip of water. If it helps to imagine the audience have no clothes on, then use this visualisation technique! Take deep breaths, talk slowly, make eye contact and smile. Remember that everyone in the audience is there because they want to hear what you have to say.

Did you know this if you a Malaysian Boy?

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 1MALAYSIA CONCEPT AND MALAYSIAN
MALAYSIA CONCEPT




1Malaysia is an idea to harmonize citizens of different races in this country without
changing the identity of these races. The Malaysian Malaysia concept, on the other
hand, is a policy that seeks to effectively disintegrate the basic foundation that the
community is built on. The fairness that is espoused in the Malaysian Malaysia
blindly takes advantage of the utilization of the total equity version.

Besides taking care of the needs of all races, 1Malaysia Concept emphasizes
integration and the existence of the Malaysian Race. Quite different from Malaysian
Malaysia, which is limited to equitable rights and doesn’t consider reality and
Malaysian history.

Unity, as depicted in the 1Malaysian idea, is quite different from the assimilation
concept that is practiced in other countries where the identity of ethnic groups are
stripped off and replaced by a national identity.
On the other hand, 1Malaysia values and respects the principles of the Federal
Constitution as well as the ethnic identities of each race in Malaysia and treats it as
an asset or advantage that we can be proud of.

 1Malaysia emphasizes an acceptance attitude among people of different races,
where each race accepts the uniqueness of another race so that we can live together
and have mutual respect for each other as people or citizens of one country.

Top Five the Fastest Cars In The World

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport: 267 mph (429 km/h), 0-60 in 2.4 secs. Aluminum, Narrow Angle 8 Liter W16 Engine with 1200 hp, base price is $2,400,000. Although the Bugatti Veyron lost the title to SSC Ultimate Aero on March 2007, Bugatti challenge the record in Germany on July 10, 2010 with the new 2010 Super Sport Version and the Veyron once again claims the title of the fastest car in the world at 267 mph. The original Bugatti Veyron has a top speed of 253 mph, priced at $1,700,000 and equipped with 1001 hp.




Hennessey Venom GT: 260 mph (418 km/h), 0-60 in 2.5 seconds, has a 6.2-liter LS9 Turbocharged V8 Twin Turbo V8 Engine producing 1200 hp, has a price tag of $950,000. The Venom GT has yet to be tested and proven, but could possibly hit a top speed of 275 mph. This might just be the Veyron Super Sport's closest competitor.



Koenigsegg Agera R: 260 mph (418 km/h), 0-60 in 2.9 secs. 5.0-liter V8 Engine with twin turbo’s, housing 1099 hp. Base price is $1,600,000. If you're into snow sports, the Agera R can be fitted with a Ski Box as well as winter tires, not that I would take one on a ski trip or anything like that. While the Agera R has a massive theoretical top speed, the current tested top speed is 260 mph. Expect this snow car to be the Bugatti's arch enemy for the next 5 years.


SSC Ultimate Aero Red doors open


SSC Ultimate Aero: 257 mph (413 km/h), 0-60 in 2.7 secs. Twin-Turbo V8 Engine with 1183 hp, base price is $654,400. Tested in March 2007 by Guinness World Records, The SSC Ultimate Aero was the fastest car in the world from March 2007 to July 2010. On March 2011, the Koenigsegg Agera R also surpassed it, forcing this American made car to the #3 spot.



Saleen S7 Twin Turbo dark orange front view
Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo: 248 mph (399 km/h), 0-60 in 2.8 secs. Twin Turbo All Aluminum V8 Engine with 750 hp, base price is $555,000. Smooth and bad-ass. It will make you want to show it off non-stop.



e-Commerce Business


1.DagangHalal about what?

In general, DagangHalal means “Halal Trading”.
DagangHalal is a combination of two words – Dagang + Halal. The word “Dagang” means “Trading" in major Muslim populated countries in South East Asia for e.g. Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei and Singapore. It is commonly used in these countries and in fact, it has been said that this word was originated from Arab when the Arabian traders started trading in South East Asia during the 14th century.
Halal” or “Halaal” on the other hand is a common and important term amongst the Muslims as it is referring to the object or an action which is permissible to use or engage in, according to Qur'an. To the wider world, halal is commonly associated with the preparation of food. But it is more than that - an aspect of Islamic law which encompasses a wider range of goods and services such as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, Islamic finance and many others. Thus it is utmost important for all Muslims to consume Halal certified products and conduct any trading in the Halal way.
DagangHalal’s main objective is to provide a single platform for the ease of worldwide Muslims to source and promote for quality Halal products and services.
DagangHalal, one of the world’s largest business marketplaces featuring Halal products and services, is working closely with local and international Halal certification authorities to promote Halal trade. It introduced the first and innovative Halal Trade Manager, which is a trading management tool linking up all the Halal merchants, products and services with the worldwide Muslim market of 1.8 billion consumers. The marketing experts estimated the Halal segment alone is worth USD2.1 trillion and growing by $500 billion annually.

How DagangHalal works?
DagangHalal works by accept e-commerce transaction that use concept buying and selling via internet. HalalDagang is a platform for the worldwide Muslims to source and promote for the quality Halal products and services. All the transaction will occur in this website.


Microwave system


A microwave system is a system of equipment used for microwave data transmission. The typical microwave system includes radios located high atop microwave towers, which are used for transmission of microwave communications using line of sight microwave radio technology.

Microwave system also terrestrial and celestial, transmit high frequency radio signal through the atmosphere and are widely used for high volume, long distance, point to point communication. The signal of microwave follow a straight line and do not bend with the curvature of the earth.

MIS

Teruja wOo belajar MIS, rasa macam ambik diploma perisian komputer pulak. haha tapi apa2 pon, memang best belajar MIS sebab lecture yang mengajar kiteorang best of the best sebab tu blaja MIS jadi lagi lagi lagi best. haha pening tak baca? gurau jer. yang penting ilmu yang kite dapat, diberkati Allah dan lecture yang mengajar kite untuk bekalan dunia dan akhirat.
amin...

RunningMan Daebakk..!! :D


haaa..! asal nyer, memang tak tahu menahu pasal cerita ni sampai la satu sahabat aku bernama Hyzmyn bukan nama sebenar. haha jangan mara man, gurau jor. dia la yang introduce cerita ni kat aku. mula2 tak paham and rasa cam tak best jew, tapi bila da selalu tengok ketagih pulak nak tengok setiap episod sampai nak penoh hard disk komputer aku sumbat. hahaha by the way,
RUNNINGMAN DAEBAK oOo..!

AigoOo.. stress..!!



erghhh.. really2 stress!! aku petang tadi penat sapu ruang tamu sebab banyak semut, alik2 kemain banyak semut masok laptop aku.. menyirapp jorr ha, nasib baik tak jadi sirap.. dari petang tadi, sampai la yang aku nak post ni, ade jer semut keluar dari laptop aku.. tak kacau orang takpa, ni dok geget sampai bengkak2 badan kawan.. cepatlah dapat duit, nak beli penyembur racun semut, tak larat la asyik nak sapu jor.. ponek pak cik haaa, besok ado kuiz insuran haa.. stress~

need or want it..???


wohohooooiii.. ni sony ericson baru, xperia u nama dia tak silap aku sebab dia ade lagi dua s dengan ape ntah, tak ingat.. tapi antara tiga tu yang ni la bole dikatakan paling murah even harga dia still 600++ kan..
aku da tengok spesifikasi fon ni, memang baik lohh.. dari angkat samsung, better angkat ni lagi ok kot sebab spesifikasi dia memang baik.. tapi relax dulu, bagi harga dia turun lagi nanti kalo ade rezeki lebih nak jugak angkat satu.. wakaka bukan ape, fon satu da rosak sebab termasok dalam mesin basoh.. fon tu takde la macam samsung galaxy, tapi boleh di komsider canggih la kan sampai nak repair pon mahal.. hope2 dapat la merasa pakai fon kat atas ni, aminnnnnnnn~~

duri dalam daging


Semuh Oh semut, kenapa kau masok rumah aku.. da la masok tanpa izin, tapi kene gigit lagi sebagai tanda perkenalan.. sakit owhhhh..
aku memang da pandang rendah semut ni, even kecik pon
bile kene gigit bole bengkak ler.. habis kat bahu dengan belakang badan bengkak2..
masok hari ni, dah 5 kali aku sapu pintu depan umah..
tapi tak, masokk jugak.. masok sikit takpe ni masok kemain banyaknye haa.. 
nak cakap aku manis, takde la..
tak tahu la ape di cari nyew.. alahai semutt..~

After Life





Waloaaawehhh.. cantik sangat kereta ni tapi.. hurmm.. duit dia pon lawa jugak, tapi takpe la tak salahkan ada impian.. hoho by the way, aku nak berusaha jugak untuk dapatkan kereta idaman aku ni.. tak kesalah kalo orang dah ramai pakai pon, tapi value dia kat aku tinggi la sebagai orang biasakan.. kalo orang kaya da tentu2 tak pandang lagi dah kereta macam ni.. apa2 pon, aku berharap and bukan setakat berharap jer, tapi kene ade usaha and berdoa gak untuk capai ape jua impian kita. insyaAllah, satu hari nanti aku jumpa korang naik kereta ni. wakaka :D

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