The video looks at being organized and concise, making direct eye contact, using fewer notes to speak more extemporaneous, using simple slides for visual aids, and a confident posture, gestures, and voice.”
The 7 Don’t are rambling, bad eye contact, cluttered notes, complex slides, fidgeting, too soft and fillers.
Here is the screenshot for the Do and Don’t extract from the video:
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