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Public Speaking: 5 Presentation Myths Debunked | Business ...

Public Speaking: 5 Presentation Myths Debunked | Business ... | public speaking | Scoop.it

Vehemently disagree with the authors comment that it takes little time to prepare a presentation but strongly agree with his other points. jt

 

"Many of has have heard the statistic that talking in public is people's number one fear. Not only is this feeling normal, it is good – necessary in fact. Yes, the fear of public speaking increases our heart rate and breathing, and ...

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How I Beat My Fear of Public Speaking - Lifehacker

How I Beat My Fear of Public Speaking - Lifehacker | public speaking | Scoop.it
How I Beat My Fear of Public Speaking
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A few days before I have to talk in front a lot of people, I get this queasy feeling in my stomach that won't go away. I don't want to eat.
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Bothered By Negative Thoughts? You Can Literally Trash 'Em

Bothered By Negative Thoughts? You Can Literally Trash 'Em | public speaking | Scoop.it
Bothered by negative thoughts? Clearing your mind of them could be as simple as writing them down and physically throwing them away, according to a new study, published in the journal Psychological Science.
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Advice For A Twitter World: Demetri Martin On How To Be Succinct

Advice For A Twitter World: Demetri Martin On How To Be Succinct | public speaking | Scoop.it

Demetri's philosophy translates to presentation development & delivery too! Size matters, for sure. Not every opus need be magnum, however, in order to make an outsize impact.

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If You Turn On PowerPoint, I’m Throwing You Out! — S. Anthony Iannarino

If You Turn On PowerPoint, I’m Throwing You Out! — S. Anthony Iannarino | public speaking | Scoop.it
While the death of PowerPoint is greatly exaggerated, it’s clear that your prospects don't want to face the Hell that is your massive slide deck with no engagement.
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What Jane Austen can teach us about how the brain pays attention | Literally Psyched, Scientific American Blog Network

What Jane Austen can teach us about how the brain pays attention | Literally Psyched, Scientific American Blog Network | public speaking | Scoop.it
I don’t remember if I had any problems paying attention to Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park when I first read it. I doubt it, though. I devoured ...
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Structure Your Presentation Like a Story

Structure Your Presentation Like a Story | public speaking | Scoop.it
To win people over, create tension between the status quo and a better way.
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Why I Don't Attend, Exhibit or Sponsor Events

Why I Don't Attend, Exhibit or Sponsor Events | public speaking | Scoop.it
Marketing Manager Lindsay Fultz shares why she does not attend, exhibit or sponsor events.
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Public Speaking: 5 Presentation Myths Debunked | Business ...

Public Speaking: 5 Presentation Myths Debunked | Business ... | public speaking | Scoop.it

Vehemently disagree with the authors comment that it takes little time to prepare a presentation but strongly agree with his other points. jt

 

"Many of has have heard the statistic that talking in public is people's number one fear. Not only is this feeling normal, it is good – necessary in fact. Yes, the fear of public speaking increases our heart rate and breathing, and ...

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The Eloquent Woman: What women speakers can learn about interruptions from the debates

The Eloquent Woman: What women speakers can learn about interruptions from the debates | public speaking | Scoop.it
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5 Ways to Get People to Actually Listen to You

5 Ways to Get People to Actually Listen to You | public speaking | Scoop.it
You may be a fact- and logic-driven leader, but others don't think like you do. Learn to get your point across through emotional connection.
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Communicating Without Words

Communicating Without Words | public speaking | Scoop.it
"Words account for only 7% of all communication." That's one data point that has been kicking around forever. The translation is simple: your personal brand is screaming so loud that people can hardly hear a word that you are saying....
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The Illusion of Transparency — PsyBlog

The Illusion of Transparency — PsyBlog | public speaking | Scoop.it

Do you think think that when you were really nervous when giving a presentation that the audience picked up on it? Actually we give others too much credit. Other people can’t read your mental state as well as you think.

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5 Body Postures That May Actually Boost Your Self-Esteem - by Dumb Little Man

5 Body Postures That May Actually Boost Your Self-Esteem - by Dumb Little Man | public speaking | Scoop.it
5 Body Postures That May Actually Boost Your Self-Esteem http://t.co/rjBKbwL1 #confidence...
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The Art of Explanation: An Interview With Lee LeFever

The Art of Explanation: An Interview With Lee LeFever | public speaking | Scoop.it
I've been told that I explain technical things well to non-technical audiences. I learned long ago that communication skills were as -- if not more -- important than intelligence, and it turns out that I'm not the only one who feels this way.
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Business Communication: To Read a Script or not to Read a Script?

Business Communication: To Read a Script or not to Read a Script? | public speaking | Scoop.it

The pros and cons of reading from a script when you are in front of an audience.

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» 12 Lessons from Pablo Picasso for Public Speakers

» 12 Lessons from Pablo Picasso for Public Speakers | public speaking | Scoop.it

Pablo Picasso was one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. His paintings are among the most recognizable of any great artist that has lived. However, Picasso was not just known for his art; he was also know for his wit and pithy sayings.


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How to Build a Presentation ~ Part II | Janice Tomich | Presentation Collaboration and Coaching

How to Build a Presentation ~ Part II | Janice Tomich | Presentation Collaboration and Coaching | public speaking | Scoop.it

Now that you have finished Part I and put a thought or idea to a sticky note (one per) that supports your key message it’s time to create order to the chaos.

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Men, What Are We Afraid Of?: Men's Lives: GQ

Men, What Are We Afraid Of?: Men's Lives: GQ | public speaking | Scoop.it
How to overcome fear...
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How Memory Works: 10 Things Most People Get Wrong — PsyBlog

How Memory Works: 10 Things Most People Get Wrong — PsyBlog | public speaking | Scoop.it
“If we remembered everything we should on most occasions be as ill off as if we remembered nothing.”...
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Is Your Conference Primarily Focused On Speakers Or Attendees?

Is Your Conference Primarily Focused On Speakers Or Attendees? | public speaking | Scoop.it
Is your conference primarily focused on speakers? Has it become a conference of speakers speaking to other speakers because others don't attend?
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How to be an effective communicator - Business Works

How to be an effective communicator - Business Works | public speaking | Scoop.it
Business Works magazine: Journal highlighting business, entrepreneurship, success and opportunity.
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Is It Possible to Rethink "Unpopular"?

Is It Possible to Rethink "Unpopular"? | public speaking | Scoop.it
Erika Napoletano, author of The Power of Unpopular, speaks at TEDx Boulder 2012 and shares her thoughts on "Rethinking Unpopular" through tales of Sarah Palin, Polar Bears & Pie Charts.
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Use the Power of Pause When Speaking - Management Tip of the Day - May 07, 2012 - Harvard Business Review

Use the Power of Pause When Speaking - Management Tip of the Day - May 07, 2012 - Harvard Business Review | public speaking | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management.
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Speaking Gig Coming Up? Better Read This

Speaking Gig Coming Up? Better Read This | public speaking | Scoop.it
Hey, Joe Biden. Look out, Paul Ryan. Here's four expert speaking tips that might even help you sharpen your strategies at the debate tonight.
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Why Public Speaking Scares You And How To Overcome Your Fear - Forbes

Why Public Speaking Scares You And How To Overcome Your Fear - Forbes | public speaking | Scoop.it
If you can analyze your fear, you'll be able to relax and engage your audience.
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