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Building a world of more confident speakers
Building a world of more confident speakers

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Lewis Howes offers five quick tips for giving kick-ass presentations. Don't worry: you don't have to imitate the guy in the picture.
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Why is eye contact so important when presenting? "Only actual eye contact fully activates those parts of the brain that allow us to more acutely and accurately process another person’s feelings and intentions. Think of it as a cognitive jump-start that occurs whenever you lock eyes with another person, whether in front of you or across a crowded room." You'll have to read the rest of the article to find out what eye contact and cereal boxes have in common.
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HappySimpleLife offers 21 helpful tips to overcome fear of public speaking. It's worth noting that the first four (as well as 8, 9 and 17) involve improving your delivery technique. We can help with that.
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In this inspiring piece, Danielle LaPorte offers 15 mostly non-technique-oriented tips for successful public speaking. But it's a lot easier to focus on all the things she suggests if you practice until you feel perfectly comfortable with your presentation, and PresentR can help you do that.
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Work-at-home moms know a lot, and this article from WAHM.com on presentations offers some sage advice about practicing: "Ask people who are not likely to give you false compliments, if possible." Well, we can promise you that PresentR will never give you a false compliment---only objective feedback on your performance.
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Some speakers give a speech, and some deliver. The difference? Preparation. We couldn't agree more with this quote: "Effective delivery depends on practice alone."
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This piece extols the virtues of practice, which the author calls "the unpopular accompaniment to success and stardom." What if you could make practice fun and get instant, objective feedback on your improvement without having to seek someone's opinion? Imagine that. Now imagine PresentR.
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Great tips on being a better presenter!
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It's time for Training to add some game changers. And we've got just the thing. 
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We found some great tips and tricks in this guide to presenting for "shy girls," including using tacks to keep your hands out of your pockets and employing a "rambling totem" to stop yourself from looking at the floor. Practice also comes up of course, with the usual advice to do it in front of the mirror or a friend. We can't provide you with tacks or totems, but with PresentR, we've got the feedback thing nailed. 
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