How to become the Great Communicator

How to become the Great Communicator
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  • How to become the Great Communicator By Chloe Lille
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  • The first step to becoming a great communicator is to speak to your audience in a way that will get through to them.  This can be done by using ethos, the use of ethics; logos, the use of logic; or pathos, the use of emotions.  In Ronald Reagan's situation, he leaned towards using pathos when communicating with his people.
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  • The second step is to determine what kind of language you would like to use while communicating to the public.  In Reagan's situation, he uses simpler terms, and spoke as if he was talking to someone on the street.
  • The third step is to really push what you stand for.  Reagan always emphasized what he said in his speeches by repeating certain lines a few times so the point really gets across.
  • The fourth step is to not be afraid of what other's think.  Sometimes you have a strong belief, and while giving a speech, it could be nerve-wracking to express it, but it's important to remember that it doesn't matter what other's think all the time, and Reagan illustrated this very well in his speeches.
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