Learn Presentation Skills
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by Dave Mac
2y ago
So you want to learn presentation skills? Great! I have good news and even “gooder” news! The good news is public speaking and presentation skills are not talents. No one is born with particular abilities that make them better speakers or presenters. This is good news because it means anyone — me, you, your boss ..read more
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5 Basic Public Speaking Rules
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Got a speech to do? A presentation? In this article I’m going share 5 basic public speaking rules that can help anyone (beginner or pro) to be a better public speaker. All of these basic rules can be implemented right now so that your next speech is amazing! Here goes: Open with a question You ..read more
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6 Easy Ways to Get Better at Public Speaking
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Here are 6 easy ways to get better at public speaking. If you’ve got a speech or presentation coming up soon, incorporating one or more of these methods will give you a massive edge. Open with a question If the first thing you do is ask a question a few things happen: 1. You get ..read more
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Public Speaking Improvement Tips
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Got a speech or presentation coming up? Here are 16 public speaking improvement tips to turn your delivery up a notch. If you have any questions or comments I’d love to hear from you (and I will reply) so please leave your comments below. Here goes: Know Your Audience One of the most important steps ..read more
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How to Do Audience Centered Speaking
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
The most important part of your speech is the audience. Which is why audience centered speaking is so important. But… Most speeches or presentations at work are not audience centered. They are speaker centered. The speaker or presenter is thinking about themselves. How they look. How they feel. What they are worried about. How they ..read more
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Public Speaking Help (The Only Public Speaking Advice You’ll Ever Need)
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Need some help with your public speaking? I know how you feel. There are so many daunting aspects to public speaking. So many things to worry about and so much differing advice. Because of the amount of differing advice out there I decided to write this post. I want to give some easy to understand ..read more
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Plan Your Presentation
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Welcome to Module 1, Unit 3 of my public speaking course! In the previous two videos you’ve done all the ground work and now, in this unit, we’re going to plan out your presentation for maximum engagement and impact. Module 1, Unit 3 – Plan Your Presentation Next Video: Module 2 Unit 1 – Opening ..read more
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Understand Your Audience
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Welcome to Module 1, Unit 2 of my public speaking course! In this module we’ll do the important ground work of getting to know your audience. This will help you to deliver a presentation or a speech which will address the audience’s specific needs and help to keep them engaged. Module 1, Unit 2 ..read more
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Know Your Topic and Outcome
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Welcome to Module 1, Unit 1 of my public speaking course! In this video we’ll look at some fundamentals. Most people will run straight to PowerPoint when they are tasked with delivering a presentation. Starting with PowerPoint is the wrong approach and in this video you’ll discover why. Module 1, Unit 1 – Know Your ..read more
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Public Speaking Course
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by Dave Mac
3y ago
Welcome to my public speaking course! Up until now, this course has been a paid course. However… Improved presentation and public speaking skills are something we can all benefit from so I’ve decided to offer this course for free in a new ad-supported format from my blog. Here’s some comments from people who have taken ..read more
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