Watch this short video with Carl Kwan showing us what to do with our hands when giving a presentation. He explains that if our hand gestures are good, we’ll make our audience feel more comfortable. So I think it’s worth learning, isn’t it?
Starting a presentation can be tricky. Carl Kwan tells us to start a presentation using an attention grabbing question or statement (such as ‘How can I/we/you …?). Now I think that this is an excellent way to get started.
Watch the video clip for more good ideas.
We spoke about a memory technique called the LOCI method some time ago. Do you remember? Watch this clearly spoken video to see how it works.
Why not test the technique on others? I have done so several times with people I work with and have seen again and again that it really works. 🙂
You’ve been asked to give a presentation? According to Carl Kwan you first need to think about the content of your presentation.
The Pomodoro Technique is an easy-to-use time management method developed in the late 1980s. All you need to get started is a kitchen timer.
Take a look at the video and see whether it could be something for you to try out. I started using this technique some months ago and was amazed at just how much I got done. I’d say that it works wonders for productivity.
You just have to get started. That’s probably the biggest hurdle!