Top 5 Virtual Presentation Prep Hacks OLD POST
Learn from these vitual presentation prep hacks how to prepare for Optimal Webinar and Virtual Presentation Delivery
There’s a lot of talk nowadays about what to do and what not to do during a webinar, but how do you get in the right mindset prior to your next event to allow your creativity and authenticity to naturally flow? I am please to share the top 5 virtual presentation prep hacks and techniques to deliver an engaging, composed in-person or virtual presentation.
5 virtual presentation prep hacks!
2. Rehearse Rehearse Rehearse: These are my three favourite words when speaking about any type of presentation, meeting, or event. Your practice time is well worth every minute you dedicate, because it can help your presentation run like a well-oiled machine. No audience wants to watch a speaker stare at their notes. When you loose eye contact, you loose connection. Know your presentation inside and out, upside and down, around every corner and backwards. You cannot over practice.
3. Use a Mirror: Rehearsing in front of a mirror is one of the oldest and most effective tips to improve your presentation aesthetic and audience connection. We all know practice makes perfect, and what a better way to perfect your stage presence than staring it straight in the face? By watching yourself in the mirror you can tweak your body language, become more animated, and lighten up that twisted face that sometimes takes over when you’re particularly focused. This allows you to see what your audience sees, and perfect the art of sharing your passion with a natural and genuine charisma.
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