HOW TO BE BETTER AT GIVING PRESENTATIONS
Giving Confident Presentations
There’s no denying that giving presentations can fill you with anxiety. Standing in front of an audience with all eyes upon you can be nerve-wracking. But if it’s any consolation you should know that all good presenters have nerves before an event.
GIVING CONFIDENT PRESENTATIONS
The difference is they don’t suffer from them. They manage their nervous energy to benefit their presentation.
So when they are giving presentations all that energy is channelled into the task of presenting.
You can do the same with this presenting tip.
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BE POSITIVE BEFORE YOUR PRESENTATION
Before you give a presentation, rehearse and familiarise its content. For a good presentation you should target one hour of preparation for each minute of talk.
Tell yourself that you are the best presenter; that you are the speaker your audience wants to listen to; that only you can deliver your presentation. Anxious moments can be overcome by positive thinking.
And then before the presentation, aim to get your breathing under control. Take long deep breaths and exhale slowly. Perform these exercises several times before you are ready to present. and when you are presenting, don’t rush. Maintain a strong flow to your presentation with plenty of pauses. Your breathing will be the better for it.
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You shouldn’t be afraid of nerves before your presentation. Aim to manage them with: preparation, positive thinking and the correct breathing.