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(English) Dealing with the psychological effects of fear before a presentation, interview or negotiation

By |May 2nd, 2016|

(English) Is advice from TED about making presentations any good?

By |April 22nd, 2016|

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(English) How to rehearse your presentation when alone and also with others

By |April 7th, 2016|

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(English) Don’t speak about yourself at the beginning – 5 parts to a great presentation opening

By |April 2nd, 2016|

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Record yourself on camera in order to become a better presenter – but turn the sound off!

By |January 14th, 2016|

Recording yourself on video is one of the best ways to improve your presentations skills. And yet very few people do it. Why? I think it’s because they don’t like to see themselves on camera. They sound and look different from the image they have of themselves. But to be a good presenter you need […]

Get your hands out of your pockets – how to use your hands when presenting

By |January 14th, 2016|

In this 6-minute video I go over the most important do’s and don’ts of using your hands when presenting. I look at common mistakes such as keeping your hands in your pockets, having a pen in your hand and touching your face while speaking.

Delete the “Thank you!” slide – how to end your presentation

By |January 14th, 2016|

The most important sections of your presentation are the beginning and ending. The beginning is when you will grab the attention of the audience and hopefully persuade them you are worth listening to for the next 20 minutes, and the ending will be where you summarise your main points and key message in such a […]

5 things to do in the bathroom before your presentation.

By |January 14th, 2016|

We all feel nervous before speaking in front of an audience. There’s no escaping the nerves, the best thing is to recognise the symptoms for what they are, that they are natural to everyone and that the most important things in life should make you nervous.

Of course, if you haven’t done any preparation then you […]

How to remember what you want to say during your presentation

By |November 9th, 2015|

En este vídeo de 5 minutos respondo una de las preguntas más comunes sobre la realización de presentaciones – ¿cómo puedo estar menos nervioso? A menudo, los nervios pueden provenir de un miedo de ir completamente en blanco en medio de su presentación. Sin embargo, a diferencia de los actores (que no pueden tomar su […]

Don’t say it!

By |November 9th, 2015|

There are many things that we would be better off not saying when speaking in public, but here are three definite no-no’s. And yet I hear them all the time!

Never open your presentation by asking the audience, “How is everyone today?” (or other variations such as “How are you all doing?”, “Is everyone having a […]