For a speaker, confident body language is very important. But how many of us truly know what we are saying with our bodies? Here are some tips to show how confident you are when you’re at the front of the room. Body Language Tip #1: Smile “Smiles say a lot […]
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Happy Labor Day to all my fellow Americans! I’d much rather enjoy a relaxing day off that produce another video, so you’ll have to make due with another text entry this Monday. I promise to revive the video posts next week … and remember to send me your questions and topic suggestions! You can send them via
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There are lots of things you can do to ensure the success of your presentation. Here are seven of them to get you started.
Key 1: Start in a strong space
Start off with confidence … know your opening so well it is like breathing — you don’t have to think about it. This will get you going over the most nerve-wracking part of your speech. By the time you’ve finished what you know by heart, you’ll have gotten into your groove and your nervous energy will be better channeled to where you want it.