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#6 What you 'should do' - The 5 Do's of Public Speaking

Ways to help you feel more confident and to make it more enjoyable and beneficial for your audience

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What you ‘should’ do in your presentations!

I will absolutely ALWAYS encourage and support people to do what feels right for them - there is no ‘one size fits all’ to public speaking and there are many different ways to be effective and many personality types to bring to the stage - that being said - there are some common threads between what makes a powerful and inspirational speaker - and what makes you - perhaps seem boring - and forgettable when you are finished.

In this episode we focus on 5 areas that many experienced speakers share on how you can deliver and engaging and inspirational presentation!

The 5 Do’s
1) Practice and Preparation
2) See yourself smashing it and the audience loving it!
3) Build genuine relationships
4) Engage engage engage
5) End Strong!


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