Category Archives: Eye Contact

Speaking and eye contact

When I was competing on the speech team in high school, one of the fellow contestants gave his entire speech to the black board … his back to the rest of us in the room. Obviously, he was having some … Continue reading

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Top 10 Ways to Butcher Your Presentation and How to Avoid Them

By Featured Speaker Arvee Robinson 1. Getting there late. Walking frantically into a room full of people who have been waiting for you to arrive can be an embarrassing situation. Unless you are a magician, you might as well turn … Continue reading

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The Power of Eye Contact

When I was competing in speech in high school I remember one speech very clearly: The young man got up in front of the room, faced the chalk board with his back to us and gave his entire speech in … Continue reading

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Public Speaking Tip #13: Reading a Speech

  There will be times that you have to read a speech from a document. In this week’s video I give you a few pointers on how to do it while still maintaining a connection with your audience. Print the … Continue reading

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