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:
1. Act In-Spite of Yourself – Just Do It! 2. Always Build On Your Strengths 3. Practice with People You Know and Feel Comfortable With (Including Yourself in The Mirror!) 4. Record yourself to Train your Voice and Body Language 5. Carefully Study and Emulate Your Favorite Public Speaker(s) 6. Become a Serious Armchair Public Speaking and Body Language Expert 7. Work on Ditching The Notes 8. Have Plans for the Unexpected 9. Do Pre-Event Promotion 10. Add Social Sites to your Actual Presentation – Especially Twitter! 11. Establish a Pre-Speaking Routine 12. Exercise and Breath before Your Speech 13. Thank Your Audience When You’re Done 14. Analyze Your Performance For Next Time 15. Don’t Talk Right Away 16. Never Start with An Apology 17. Show up to Give, Rather than Take 18. Choose to Turn Your Nervous Energy into Contagious Excitement
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