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Fear
Fear

Fear of public speaking is a normal response that’s hard-wired into the human brain. That doesn't mean you need to let fear stop you.

If you’re looking to improve your business presentation skills, here are the secrets of how some top executives did just that.

To achieve the results you’re after, you must move your audience to take action. Doing that requires a different skill level than simply conveying information.

Here are some proven tips and best practices for preparing for a media interview, from media strategy and training expert Scott Morgan.

Microphone
Microphone

Every speaker is nervous, and the key to overcoming nerves is to be prepared. Channel that energy starting with these 7 essential steps.

Before pitching, consider: What are you trying to achieve? What do you want your audience to do or say?

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Microphone

Delivery matters even when the audience can't see you because everything you do (or don’t do) to engage your body comes through in your voice.

Let’s face it: championing something new takes courage.

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Microphone

Who would think of doing a live stage performance without rehearsing? Stepping up to speak requires the same kind of extensive preparation.

What would you do if the presentation content you prepared suddenly became inappropriate or irrelevant minutes before you’re scheduled to speak?