Daily Presentation Skills Tips on Twitter

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Some of these tips are good reminders. Some are ah-ah insights. Some offer creative ideas and simple short cuts to presentation greatness. All of these presentation tips will help you be a better presenter every day.

Recent Presentation Tips on Twitter/PresentationsGo

Rehearse your favorite movie or TV lines to capture the passion – you’re fired – say hello to my little friend – I’ll be back – Adrian!

Put feeling into words that naturally lend themselves to emotion: family, Christmas, freedom, grandma, home, first prize, baby, vacation

Improve your public speaking skills by learning the principles, practising the techniques and getting constructive coaching.

Public speaking is the ability to speak well in public. Also our most commonly shared fear. Ergo it only takes small improvements to shine

Toastmasters is a non-profit association that teachs the fundametals of presentation skills. They helped me. www.Toastmasters.org

If you want to be a better presenter, read books on presentations skills, take a seminar, work with a coach and/or attend Toastmasters.

Ellen Finkelstein wrote a comprehsive analysis of Obama's health care speech http://tinyurl.com/lugq9h

If people like you they accept your errors. It makes you look human and imperfect like they are. Be likeable and imperfect like them.

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George Torok
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I like your tip about putting emotions into words that naturally contain emotion - freedom, christmas etc.


Darren Fleming

gee markus said...

If people like you they accept your errors. It makes you look human and imperfect like they are. Be likeable and imperfect like them. << I like this. ^ ^

I think committing some mistakes while making your speech is inevitable. And I think it'll appear more spontaneous, natural and interesting if speeches are delivered in a candid and conversational way. I think a little error would be forgivable. As long as you are able to convey your message to your audience.

And speaking of enhancing one's presentation skills. I found this site, http://ripestuff.com/theRipeWorkshopComm.htm#presentation. I like how they conduct they're communication courses.

keynote speaker Australia said...

Yeah, constant practice is the key to be successful in this field and learning from the right coach is essential as well.

AML said...

Thanks for providing us with this tips. I'm practicing my public speaking skills and I think this gonna be a big help for me.