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I Want to be a Better Presenter, <br>But I Doubt If . . .

I doubt if you’ll read all of these doubts – especially the last one!


I doubt if I’ll ever get any better at presenting.

I doubt if they’ll be interested in anything I have to say.

I doubt if practicing would make a difference.

I doubt if reading books and blogs on public speaking would help me improve my presentations.

I doubt if video taping my presentation would help me improve my delivery.

I doubt if having a digital recorder to capture ideas is worth the investment.

I doubt if joining Toastmasters is a good idea.

I doubt if asking people for feedback would help me.

I doubt if delivery really trumps content.

I doubt if non-verbal communication trumps verbal communication.

I doubt if using pauses in a presentation can have an effect.

I doubt if a smile really is universal.

I doubt if a strong opening and strong closing are really necessary.

I doubt if repetition really reinforces a message.

I doubt if using props would help the audience GET IT.

I doubt if the body language and facial expressions of the audience really give me feedback.

I doubt if my body language matters in my presentation.

I doubt if Q&A should be before the conclusion of my talk.

I doubt if I should redo those slides.

I doubt if using industry buzz words and acronyms really hurts my presentation.

I doubt if I should be supplying the text and use images rather than bullet points in my slides.

I doubt if high quality images are better than cheap clip art.

I doubt if ‘blanking’ the screen really takes the focus off the screen and onto me.

I doubt if refreshing my speech would make it better.

I doubt if writing my own introduction is better than just handing my bio to the emcee.

I doubt if arriving early to met and greet people as they arrive would ease my fear of public speaking.

I doubt if mind mapping is a tool I could use to develop, practice and deliver a speech.

I doubt if speaking really gives me credibility and would help my career.

I doubt if I really need to study all the elements of verbal and non-verbal communication.

I doubt if blogging regularly would help my speaking.

Finally, I doubt if you have any doubts.  Do you? If so, please comment.

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Three ways to keep the attention of your audience.

About the Author Fred E. Miller is a speaker, an international coach, and the author of the books, “NO SWEAT Public Speaking!” and “NO SWEAT Elevator Speech!”

Businesses, Individuals, and Organizations hire him because they want to improve their Networking, Public Speaking, and Presentation Skills.

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