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It doesn’t matter how well you know your subject, if you mumble your way through your presentation you might as well have stayed at home.
Here are a few expert tips to help you deliver a great presentation.(Read more...)
“If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail.”
Here are some expert tips to help you prepare for success.(Read more...)
Sheila Robinson shares some great ways to engage an audience.(Read more...)
One of the most common questions we get asked is “Help, I have a presentation tomorrow. What should I do?”
We have put together this presentation survival guide to help you.(Read more...)
If there is one thing that produces that “butterflies in the tummy” churning kind of feeling in an instant it would have to be giving a presentation. Most people will openly admit that it makes them nervous. And yeah, it’s true that some people can actually perform better when nervous, but the [...](Read more...)
So you have decided on the topic, you know how much to write, and you have made your notes, next we need to work out a plan for the presentation. You should break this down into at least three sections.(Read more...)
If you are reading this then it’s likely that you have been asked to do some kind of presentation and are looking for some tips or advice on what to do. Or you might even be hoping to find a presentation that has been prepared already so that you don’t have to do [...](Read more...)
Here are a few of the myths that we hear a lot. 1. Tell ‘em what you’re going to tell them, tell ‘em and tell ‘em again.
If you want your presentations to sound stilted and formulaic then this is the technique to use. Oh, and it sounds better in a monotone voice. Otherwise give [...](Read more...)
Some speakers say, “I could never use humour in my speech; I just don’t feel comfortable with it.” I believe that anyone can use humour and that it is a valuable tool in speaking. Appropriate humour relaxes an audience and makes it feel more comfortable with you as the speaker.
by Stephen Boyd(Read more...)
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