When you are presenting, do not script out. If you script out, your brain will try to say it exactly as you have written. This will cause your voice to be flatter and your brain to freeze if you flub one word.
Instead of a script, I recommend that you use bullet points. If you write out the questions you will answer, and you use those as your agenda, you will find it very easy to speak conversationally.
If you just have bullet points, it becomes easy to look down and have those jog your memory. Don’t try to write down everything that you will say. If you do, you will lose esteem from your audience.
This is just a taste of the new Presentation Skills you will take with you.
In our two-day Presentation Skills Training we give you a format that allows you to logically lay out your presentation without having a lot of notes.
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