Common Presenting Tics And How To Get Rid Of Them

Common Presenting Tics And How To Get Rid Of Them

First things first—we all have tics when we talk. Those little things we do so unconsciously that we don't even realize we do them. Some are totally harmless, the flavor of your own presenting style. But others can be distracting and take your audience's attention away from what you're saying. Here are four super common presenting tics and tips on how to get rid of them.

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Preparing For The Unexpected In Client Presentations

Preparing For The Unexpected In Client Presentations

Practicing your presentation skills is one thing. But anyone who's been in a client presentation knows that there are a lot of things that can throw you that you don't see coming, despite all your prep. So how do you prepare for the unexpected? Here are some curveballs that commonly come up and how to handle them.

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5 Ways to Be A Better Presenter

5 Ways to Be A Better Presenter

Presenting is such a big part of what we do—whether it's selling a client on a big idea, or explaining the idea to your internal team so it makes it into the meeting, period. While being comfortable speaking in front of people is helped by time and experience, it's also closely tied to our nerves, stress, and fear—so much so that even seasoned speakers can find themselves falling back into bad habits. 

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