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Checking Speech Facts
Public Speaking Shortcuts Tip 11 on how to check the facts of your speech.
In this video, Andy goes through how you can fact check your presentations. He suggests that in the modern age, every member of the audience will have the opportunity to fact-check your presentation via their smart phones. As such, he suggests that you need to be incredibly cautious and meticulous when checking through the details of your presentation. This video will help you to avoid mistakes and errors within your presentation or speech and maintain your credibility.
Short and direct video as part of the 'Public Speaking Shortcuts' series.
Length: 57 seconds
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