Monthly Archives: October 2012

6 Body Language Mistakes You May Be Making and How to Fix Them

A strong presentation is only as strong as the presenter himself.  A good presentation can be easily ruined by an unconfident presenter, or someone who is saying one thing with their mouth, but something entirely else with their body. Though it is heavily debated on how much of communication is based on non verbal cues, […]

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8 Simple Ways to Connect With Your Audience

Connecting with your audience is probably the most important part of presenting, and it often seems like many presenters do forget about it. Creating this link is all about getting on the same level as the people you’re talking to. By breaking down the barrier that is often present between audience member and presenter, a […]

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Sound in Powerpoint, 3 good reasons to do it!

Have you ever thought about including sound clips in your powerpoint? Well that was a great idea! Depending on the type of presentation you are giving, music and sound can be an effective factor that will contribute to the comprehension, attention and memory retention of your audience. Go for it ! Here’s why.

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