Improve Your Presentations & Reduce Stress by Developing a Pre-Performance Ritual

October 19, 2014

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Tweet Public speaking can be stressful. But, it doesn’t always have to be that way. Take a note from athletes, doctors, artists and other folks who are “performing” a task and create a pre-performance routine.   What is a pre-performance routine, you ask? It’s simply a consistent procedure that performers use to prepare themselves for […]

The #1 Gift You Can Give Yourself As a Public Speaker

September 27, 2014

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Tweet The best gift to give yourself as a presenter is to understand the reason WHY you’re speaking to others. Recently Marcus Sheridan, also known as The Sales Lion, shared his “why” on his podcast, and trust me – it’s powerful. He also talked his preferred communication medium – presentations – as a way to help […]

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How to better adapt a presentation by reading audience body language

September 14, 2014

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Tweet Being able to read the body language of the crowd and adjust a presentation accordingly is a skill that only experienced presenters usually have mastered. If done correctly, you can understand the predominant feeling of the group and be able to adapt to them appropriately. This can help a presentation be more accepted, and make the crowd […]

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