Good Presentations: Eye Contact 1

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For good presentations, eye contact is one of the core elements of physical delivery. Make eye contact for good presentations with tips from a teacher, presenter and facilitator in this free video on public speaking.

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Now I'd like to talk about the physical aspects of making presentations. Seriously folks I would like to talk about the core of being an outstandingly good presenter and that is what you do with yourself physically. When you think about what you do with yourself physically in conversation, when you present, essentially anytime that you're interacting with another human being it breaks down into four areas. What you do with your eyes, what you do with your voice, what you do with your hands and how you stand and move as well. I'm going to start with the first of; what I consider the first two most important areas and that is eye contact. Three things to think about. A presentation is a conversation; it's a conversation with several people at a time, but it is a conversation between you and each of those human beings. Each of those human beings needs eye contact. Even if there are forty people in your audience and a half an hour you've got plenty of time to give excellent eye contact to each and every person in the audience. Who you look at will engage with you. Who you don't look at will drop out.


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