ROSHAAN AMEERDISCUSSIONPUBLIC SPEAKING Good delivery does not call attention to itself. It conveys the speaker'sideas clearly, interestingly, and without distracting the audience (pg.232). A strong performance is one of the most important components of successful public speaking. Itrequires the application of a variety of skills and approaches, all of which work together to assistthe speaker in providing an engaging and understandable presentation for the audience. On theother hand, a key component of effective distribution is that it should not draw attention to itselfin any way. This indicates that the performance shouldn't draw attention away from theinformation that the speaker is trying to convey to the audience. The use of appropriate body language, eye contact, and verbal variation are all components ofan effective delivering style. It is important for the speaker to make use of spontaneousmannerisms and movements that contribute to the audience better comprehending themessage. Keeping one's gaze fixed on members of the audience not only helps to forge aconnection with those listening, but it also conveys the message that the speaker is interested ininteracting with them. The use of a varied vocal range, including tone, intonation, and speed, isan effective way to maintain the audience's attention and interest. The mode of presentation should also be appropriate for the subject matter and the setting. Amore serious and official occasion, for instance, might call for a more formal mode of delivery,whereas a more relaxed and unstructured situation might necessitate a more easygoing andconversational mode of delivery. In addition, the person speaking should steer clear ofdistracting mannerisms such as squirming and using an excessive amount of filler words suchas "um" and "ah." In the end, having excellent communication should serve the purpose of successfullycommunicating the ideas of the speaker to the audience in a straightforward and concisemanner. The message being conveyed by the speaker should take precedence over the modeof transmission. The speaker can ensure that their delivering style improves their message andmotivates the audience without drawing attention to itself by making use of the appropriatetechniques and avoiding distracting idiosyncrasies.