When it comes to public speaking and presenting every speaker is concerned about bad habits. In fact, if you will be attending some form of business presentation this week the one thing you can be certain to see despite the presenters best efforts is a bad habit.
An informative article that provides some great insight on curbing your bad habits during Presentations.
Jerry Seinfeld once quipped: "People's number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. That means to the average person, if you have to go to a funeral, you're better off in the casket than doing the eulogy."
Selling is an art, and to be successful at it, you’ve got to be confident in yourself and your product or service. Since public speaking is essentially selling, it’s important for speakers to confidently articulate the value of their offer.
If you were to list some of the qualities of an entrepreneur you’d probably say courageous, intelligent, risk-taker, and committed, to name a few. But you would certainly have to include busy on that list.
A very nice list of public speaking tips for busy entrepreneurs.
A well-placed pause can grab your audience's attention. Here are three ways to deploy one.
Great article. If you want your audience to truly be interested and engaged, make them feel you’re speaking with them by using pauses. This will allow them to take in your every word and process the information they’re receiving.
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