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Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the Hat" Will Help You Get Your Presentation Points Across!

» Introduction
Here's how Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the Hat" can help you develop your vocal variety and hold your audience's attention.
» Step 1
Buy the Book - My favorite Dr. Seuss books for this type of exercise are "The Cat in the Hat" and "Green Eggs and Ham."  You can go to any used bookstore and get a gently used copy of the book at a substantial discount.  You can also go to www.half.com and get the book at more than 50% off the price.
» Step 2
Read with Passion - Read to your children, nephews, cousins, etc.  While reading aloud, exaggerate your pitch, tone, and pauses. The children will enjoy it as you will become used to the sound of your voice.  Children are the best barometers to let you know if you are doing it correctly.  The children will have a look on their faces that show they are hanging on every word you are saying. Continue to experiment with different ways to read "The Cat in the Hat" while recording yourself on audiotape.  The more fun you have, the more everyone involved will benefit from this exercise.
» Step 3
Apply It Right Away (That's the Way!) - Immediately apply your newly acquired vocal variety skills in any speaking situation whether it's in a meeting, with co- workers, speaking in front of a group, or one-on-one with another person.  It may feel a little strange in the beginning. However, remember the more you use your new skills, the more comfortable you will be.

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