Congratulations! You’ve asked for the opportunity and you are finally going to get it. You will be a speaker at the next conference, company meeting or other large event.
Cue inside voice “hurray” followed by the nerve-wracking realization that this is the main event! Dizziness, mild nausea, and my personal favorite, rubbery legs as your elation hits the deck. 10…9…8…
Down, but not out, you are confident that you have great content, but since this will be a bigger audience than you are used to, you’re not exactly sure how to deliver. Also, while you refuse to stand up there and read from a piece of paper, you are worried you may forget some or all of your lines.
This is a common concern for people who are not full-time public speakers. The good news is there are a few EZPZ steps you can take to increase the chances you will deliver your best performance. Click on the 5 minute video below to learn more . . .
What do you think about the tips in the video. And what additional tips do you have to deliver a great presentation?