Yes, seasoned presenter had regular practice and have worked hard to prepare for that attention –grabbing presentation. Far from winging it or last minute thought that could highlight disappointing feeling associated to presentations.
Practicing can hone your message and boosts your confidence in your subject matter. It helps you refine your words and thought patterns.
Some presentation has time frames that could put you out of balance when left with no preparation. Contrary to common belief that shorter presentations require less preparation, it is quite the opposite. More thought and planning is required to help ensure your message and objective flows well. Longer presentations require extra effort to include strategy for extra impact on audience engagement.
Stage freight is very common on presentations, stay familiar with this feeling and learn coping mechanisms that suits you and your environment. Using a prop that relates to the analogy of your products or services can help with this.
One great example of this was at one of our meetings, a removal company brought in and demonstrated different packaging materials and sample items. At his presentation he described how much care is given to packaging each of their client’s item during removals. How to pack fragile items, how to load the van, and how to stack boxes.
During his demonstration attention is focused on the items rather than the presenter.
Altogether, public speaking or presenting with confidence and consistent success requires preparation. It is one of many benefit that attending regularly at your local BforB support you gain confidence with to win more business.
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