Archive for the ‘Presentation Delivery’ Category

by Allan Misch Often, anxious presenters don’t look at their audiences. They look at their notes, the ceiling, or the back wall. If they do glance at their audiences, it’s usually in a quick scanning pattern. Actually, looking at your entire audience with a quick scan, or looking at several in the audience at one Read more →

By Allan Misch Master the following presentation skills and you will increase substantially your odds of giving successful presentations. Strategy #1: Speak with Your Mouth and Your Eyes When speaking, the more sensory channels you use, the more effective you’ll be at reaching your audience. So don’t speak with just your mouth. Use your body Read more →

Allan Misch The American Physicist Albert Einstein said, “If A equals success, then the formula is A = X + Y + Z. X is work. Y is play. Z is keep your mouth shut.” Einstein was the model of right brain and left brain balance, which equals creativity. He enjoyed music and fantasy, and Read more →

By Allan Kaufman The Opening is the most important part of your presentation. Getting your audience’s attention is the first of your Opening’s three objectives. In this quick video tip, you will learn several strategies to grab your audience’s attention. If you cannot view the video, listen to the soundtrack at How to Grab Your Read more →