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Three Tips for Using Eye Contact in Your Presentations

Fred Miller, NO SWEAT Public Speaking.

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Here are Three Tips for using Eye Contact in your presentations.

Eye contact is important because it shows “Confidence in your Competence.” It shows honesty.

Number One – When you’re speaking, look someone directly in the eye . . .

Finish a thought. Move on to someone else, finish a thought, and continue that until you’ve completed that part of the presentation.

Number Two – Don’t stare at anyone!

No one wants to be stared at. You’ll make them feel uneasy and it’s not good for all the other people watching.

Finally, Number Three – We want you to look around the room, but don’t be a search light going like this.

That’s not looking at individuals.

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Do those Three Things when having Eye Contact with your audience, and I guarantee your next Elevator Speech will be absolutely, positively – NO SWEAT!


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.

They do this because they know: Speaking Opportunities are Business, Career, and Leadership Opportunities.

They also know: We perceive really great speakers to be Experts, and we like to work with Experts.

He shows them how to: Develop, Practice, and Deliver ‘Knock Your Socks Off Presentations!’ with – NO SWEAT!


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  1. Lessening The Fear of Public Speaking with – NO SWEAT!

  2. Crafting Your Elevator Speech, Floor by Floor with – NO SWEAT!

  3. Speaking Opportunities are Business, Career, and Leadership Opportunities.

  4. We are All Self-Employed!


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