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Delivering your Presentation
Public Speaking Shortcuts Tip 7 refers to how to deliver your presentation or speech.
In this video, Andy talks you through how you should approach delivering your presentation. He suggests habits that you need to adopt in order to improve your delivery skills and suggests that you do not need to start your presentation as soon as you get there, you must start. He gives you guidance as to how you can remain calm and improve your posture to make the delivery of your presentation much easier.
Short and direct video as part of the 'Public Speaking Shortcuts' series.
Length: 1 minute 24 seconds
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