Be Fearless

Public speaking is at the top off the list for most in FEAR FACTORS. It causes stress and anxiety. Most people will loss there train of thought and get butterflies right before having to speak.  Weather you are speaking one to one or to thousands you must remember one thing we all have something to contribute to our world. Here are some useful tips to implement into your presentation in order to make it more effective and you more comfortable.

Open with a powerful introduction – practice in front of a mirror first impressions are lasting

Quantify your experiences with real examples this will engage the audience

Identify your strengths as a presenter – Video yourself or have a non bias person give you constructive  cridasizum

Have a power point presentation to assist you – this will keep you on point and also assist the audience in not taking

Be enthusiastic about what you are presenting. Remember what you say and how you say it are important but  your body language  is the most imprtant of all three

Stay away from self edifying you may turn the audience off.

If you want to incorporate a Q & A segment and time is limited have the questions submitted for you to read.

You can persaud your audience with your body language, a smile a nod and even a raise of your eye brow. By making eye contact with your audience it keeps them focused on the presentation

Your self confidence is the most important factor in public speaking you were asked to present because you have something to offer. build you confidence and your presentation will become effective and impact-full.

Michele Molinaro

I have been a business owner for over 25 years but can say for the first time; “I own my business it doesn’t own me.” I have traded in my Brick and Mortar for a Click and Order. This gives me financial and time freedom. My business is operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week with no employees. I wake up when I am done sleeping and am able to work anywhere in the world there is a WiFi connection.

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