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

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 around and leave. It would take a miracle to get […]

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The Power of Gestures

55 percent of communication is visual. Think about that. People are getting more of your message from your eye contact and body language, than they are your words. So your gestures are very important in public speaking. Your gestures can communicate authority, passion and confidence; or they can communicate insecurity, […]

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Public Speaking Tip #7: Develop Good Presence

Public Speaking Tip #7: Develop Good Presence

Here is the third and final installment of excerpts from For the Love of Public Speaking, a 27-minute introduction to Toastmasters I produced during a Television Production Workshop at Santa Rosa Junior College in 1994. This week I cover “Presentation.” The information in this video is targeted to people who […]

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