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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 19h ago
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You can use a play on words to create humor: "You can lead a fool to water but you can't make them think."

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You can use a definition to create humor. Think about the problems of a situation or position, then use a word to define the situation in a funny way: "Politician: A person elected by the people to take on the governmental duties of lying, cheating, and stealing."

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You can use a made-up definition to create humor by exaggerating the problems of a situation to a ridiculous amount: "Yesterday I went to the DMV and the line was so long I had the guy in front of me save my place for when I came back tomorrow."

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World Champion Craig Valentine suggests you sell the result of your speech. For example, you could say, "Once you start using this process you will be more confident and powerful onstage."

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 4d ago
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Speaker Joel Schwartzberg suggests if you are doing a remote presentation, even if you're not speaking you keep your eyes on the camera. Be aware of the presentation and be ready to "go live" at any time.

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Tim Wilson
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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 5d ago
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Speaker Joel Schwartzberg suggests if you are doing a remote presentation you test your technology before your broadcast.

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 6d ago
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Speaker Joel Schwartzberg suggests if you are doing a remote presentation you avoid having bright sunlight (or other bright lights) behind you, as this will make your face too dark.

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 1w ago
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Speaker Joel Schwartzberg suggests if you are doing a remote presentation you adjust the camera so it shows your face with as little background as possible.

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Speaker Joel Schwartzberg suggests if you are doing a remote presentation you place your notes as close to the lens as possible so you can easily look at the camera while reading your notes.

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Public Speaking Library by Tim Wilson - 1w ago
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Speaker Joel Schwartzberg suggests if you are doing a remote presentation you look into the camera as much as possible.

Looking,

Tim Wilson
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