How to Give a Good Presentation

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For good presentations, physical delivery helps the audience focus and hear the content. Give good presentations with tips from a teacher, presenter and facilitator in this free video on public speaking.

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In this first series of eight on how to give outstandingly good presentations I'm going to be focusing on excellent physical delivery during your presentations, using and knowing your own personal style and understanding the audience when you present. What I mean by each of these things is presentations are messages that are delivered to audiences through the channel, if you will, of a human body, of a human being. If your physical presence is not such that the audience can focus on that message then your presentation won't be as outstanding as you want it to be. Now, let me take a step back and explain why I'm using the term outstandingly good. This isn't a presentation series on how to be the world's best presenter, on how to make off the charts infomercial quality presentations. It's how to give professional and even community presentations that will make people walk away from saying that was good. You can do that with knowing how to use your physical being while you present. Knowing what your own style is; we each have one. If we use our style, if we rid ourselves of distracting mannerisms and such that detract from our style and use our style instead and if we know what the audience wants from us, has in our mind; have in our minds rather what the audience needs in order to stay engaged, to stay interested and to walk away feeling like it was a valuable use of their time then we can make outstandingly good presentations.


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