Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Presentation Tips

When mind goes blank
Presentation Tips

What to do When your Mind Goes Blank During a Presentation

Has this ever happened to you? You have a speech to give. You spend hours creating what you think is an educational and engaging presentation and rehearse it until you have it down solid. On the day of the presentation you get up feeling great and energized, run the presentation...
Presentation Tips

How to Deliver a Great Video Presentation

Unless you’ve been living in a secluded Tibetan monastery high atop a Himalayan ridge, you probably know that video is a hot new online trend. From vlogging to online video workshops, skype to Youtube, Periscope to videoconferencing, there is no escaping the power of video. Did you know that:  92%...
Political debate tips
Presentation Tips

7 Rules for Winning a Political Debate

Politics have been debated since human beings formed speech. Whether at the Grecian Assembly or the Roman Forum or the salons of France and Colonial America, societies have always found value in being able to civilly discuss the political issues of the day. But no matter the place or time...
Presentation Skills in the Workplace
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The Importance of Presentation Skills in the Workplace

For most people, public speaking is akin to visiting the dentist: it’s unavoidable, though avoidance is preferable. But, though you may feel your heartbeat quicken at the mere idea of giving a presentation, it’s important that you acquire and hone these speaking skills. Delivering presentations is no longer reserved for...
Gestures and Body Language
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How to Use Your Body and Gestures Effectively When Presenting

You may spend hours writing and practicing your presentations and creating clever visual aids to support your speaking appearances and win over your audiences. But the most powerful aide you have is something far less contrived. It is simply your body and the way it moves and the authentic messages...
Presentation Tips

9 Speaking Mistakes that will Kill your Presentation

The number one speaking mistake that will kill your presentation is to deliver an address that is not relevant to your audience. If you are invited to address an event and the organizer gives you basic information like topic, time and location, what do you say when they ask if...
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