How to Express my Idea?
Most of us start behaving abnormally when it comes to putting forward our opinions or views. Why and how this happens? If you assess, you will find that is not because lack of confidence or expressiveness. It happens when you face a gathering of more experienced and knowledgeable people, you feel intimidated and try to avoid failure.
While people always forget that, these experienced people have also faced huge rejection at some point in time to reach here. They learned from rejection and improved themselves, modified and attempted to sync with the audience to make their Idea considerable.
Fairly lots of work has already been done on this topic, but we would like people to know the basics of sharing their Idea or opinion. It requires a strong foundation of research, survey, related data analytics supporting the cause and its impact.
Below are some Awesome Points that needs to be taken care while presenting an Idea.
1) The Clear point of view – connecting the dots:
Your subject matter specialties must reflect while putting your Idea. As “Perspective is worth 80 IQ point”, which means the idea or thought with clear and congruent visions will have more impact on the audience. Your views must have the backing of strong research & analytics, which makes your Idea considerable. Your subject matter, specialties & your strong research will help you put a smart point of view, which is non-obvious & counter-intuitive. The idea should meet the broad spectrum of your audience and leave them persuaded.
2) Cite evidence – to support your point:
Real Evidence is all the stuff you require to prove your point. Supporting evidence will help you to describe the success or failures of your Idea to the audience with real-time analysis. Strong research and relevant statistical data from respective authorities will help to create real case studies. Finally, reassure that your idea will have an enormous impact and huge contribution, to persuade the audience you need to display insight & awareness using multidimensional perspective about the idea.
3) Storytelling – the key point engaging audience:
Everyone cannot become a raconteur who can tell anecdotes in a skillful and amusing way, but this skill will make it pleasant and also create grounded abstract about the idea that is pertinent into the reality they know. Your voice, vocabulary and phrasing have great importance. It is better to picture a person you know well and imagine how quickly you can explain the idea to him/her.
“The ability to express an idea is well nigh as important as the idea itself”: Bernard Baruch.
Everyone loves new ideas they want to hear it, don’t make it too hard for them!