When you deliver a presentation, one of the things which can affect your confidence is your audience’s faces.
Has that been your experience?
How do you view the varying faces staring back at you?
Here are your 3 steps to overcoming being distracted by the blank faces.
Often our fears are based on our perception, whether founded on reality or not. Our confidence can be affected by external stimulus that we may have misread or exaggerated in our minds. Understanding our audience, putting rationale behind what may seem like negative stimulus, and then concentrating on the more positive stimulus can give us confidence when we deliver a presentation.
Then by developing useful skills we will also increase our confidence going into our presentation. Taking these 3 steps will help you to change the face of your audience, making your public speaking experiences more pleasurable.
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