How to Make Eye Contact in Presentations

Great eye contact can make or break a presentation. Lots of speakers have terrible eye contact skills. They look at their slides. They look at their notes. They look at the floor, ceiling, or off into space. Many speakers would rather look anywhere rather than make eye contact. read more…

What Are You Afraid Of?

In this week’s video I talk about fear when giving a presentation. In particular, the fear of failure. Being afraid is a normal human reaction to an unfamiliar situation. That’s ok. read more…

How to Organize a Presentation

It’s time for an in-depth look at how to organize a presentation from top to bottom. A clear structure is one of the biggest favors you can do yourself and your listeners. Clear thinking helps you stay on track and helps your audience remember your message. We’ll look at the introduction, body, and conclusion and all of the component parts for each section. read more…

3 Tips to Look Good in a Presentation

When it comes to giving a presentation, looks do matter. But I’m not talking about whether you’re good looking or not. I’m talking about the overall impression you give people when they see you giving your presentation. And that also means how they see you both consciously and subconsciously. read more…

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