Managing All the Elements

  • Bringing it all together
  • Developing a performance stance
  • How to get and handle feedback
  • Fail-safe presentations

Bringing It All Together

Now that you know who your audience is and created an opening. You’ve prepared the content to support your opening, and then practiced by putting your presentation on its feet, and then successfully internalized your presentation. It’s time to forget it!. That’s right, forget it. Sounds strange? It isn’t.

Forgetting it means that you are present when you perform your presentation.

You concentrate on the audience and on what you are saying when you say it. You are not talking internally to yourself, and you are not thinking ahead or focusing on how the audience is receiving ...

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