Do you have fear of public speaking? In this article we’ve covered some practical ways to turn public speaking into something you can face, rather than fear!
Holding someone’s attention is often a hard job. You have to be interesting, present something new and valuable and give accurate information. Most people are not born with a natural talent for speaking publicly, so this is a skill that has to be mastered.
Most colleges use a PowerPoint presentation rubric to evaluate their student projects. Funny thing is, they’re not usually that open about sharing it with their students (as if that would do any harm!) We think the best way to practice your speech is to know exactly what is being tested!
This week, we cover public speaking examples from the most recent iPhone and Samsung Galaxy launch events- and what we can learn from each one of them.
A great presenter must be able to break the invisible barrier that lies between stage and audience. That said, removing this barrier is only the first step of many in pursuit of a memorable presentation. Here are some worthwhile tips to help you on your way!