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help you communicate with confidence
time to establish your stance before starting - look around
and take in the whole audience.
out - in - then speak when you breathe out again - to give
yourself enough time at the start.
time to introduce yourself - start slightly slower than
normal and gain eye contact to build rapport immediately
with your audience.
energy in your voice by emphasising the ends of sentences.
after one topic / issue before you start another, to allow
time for the audience to assimilate the information.
- slightly change position if you find yourself fixed on
specific eye contact - approx 3 seconds for individuals
in the audience as if you are giving them specific pieces
the pitch and volume in your voice to help keep the audience
to keep at least one hand free to allow for natural gestures.
to smile - when you smile your voice smiles!
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