Top 30 Body Language Tips for Great Presentations

Top 30 Body Language Tips for Great Presentations

Business, presentations, Public speaking
Top 30 Body Language Tips for Great Presentations You have seven seconds. Studies found that first impressions matter a lot, people will have largely formed their opinion about you based on the first several seconds of watching your talk, so make sure your intro counts.Tap into your emotions. True engagement requires a level of emotional involvement, and the best way to cultivate this is to focus on your own emotions. Before your get on stage, ask yourself how you feel about your message. What do you want the audience to feel? By focusing intensely on what you are feeling, your body language will automatically convey it to the audience.Loosen your shoulders. Keep your back straight but not rigid, and shoulders relaxed. When you are nervous or tense, it usually shows up…
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Is speaking a part of your marketing?

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Public speaking seems to throw the most confident of us into a tailspin.   The very thought of speaking in front of a group makes us want to throw up and we avoid it as much as possible. So, let me ask you a question?  Do you have a marketing plan?  Does it include a social media schedule, networking, advertising etc.  So why isn't public speaking a part of that plan. If you go networking you will need to do a 60-second elevator pitch and eventually they will ask you to do a presentation.  This is an ideal way to market your business, because you get to give your unique message and you have a captured audience too.   Knowing what you do and how to deliver it is a skill you…
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Are you afraid of speaking in public

Business, presentations, Public speaking
Are you one of those hundreds of people who are afraid of speaking in public? Have you ever asked yourself why? There are so many reasons why you are afraid, and all of them completely understandable.  Being afraid of speaking in public is no different from being afraid of anything that puts you in the spotlight.   There is this belief that when we are in the spotlight, our brains will turn to mush.  We will say things without thinking and make a fool of ourselves. We believe people are not interested in what we have to say and will be bored.  And the most common one is 'I don't know what to say'. I have been speaking in public for many years, and I have to agree that if someone…
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