8 Body Language Cues for Powerful Public Speaking
Few things in the academic or professional world cause more anxiety than public speaking and presentations. The fear and anxiety is understandable, but not necessary – and indeed, most (if not all) of the reasons for that anxiety are completely in your control.
Preparation, practice and confidence are the three keys to successful public speaking. Even if you don’t feel confident on the inside, there are simple but significant ways to project confidence on the outside that will go a long way toward reeling your audience in and hitting your points home. You can learn how to project confidence and deliver a powerful presentation in our public speaking course, which is offered every semester.
In the meantime, here’s a quick primer on eight body language cues for powerful public speaking, according to Keith Yamashita of Unstuck:
Read more of Yamashita’s tips in his original post here.
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