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May 21st, 2016 by divider



How do you add humor to your presentation? http://speakinglifestyle.com/blog

Public Speaking Tip:
When you’re not naturally funny, you have to add humor in different ways than people who know how to make crowds die laughing. People love funny presentations but if you try too hard then you end up being corny.

This video gives you simple public speaking tips (and live demonstrations) on how to add humor to your presentations even if you’re not Mr. Comedian

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May 19th, 2016 by divider



Learn Public Speaking and Presentations Skills at www.ProSkillsTrainers.com Taught by Azmi Shahrin. We provide inhouse and public training for public speaking, presentation skills, communication skills, English Language and more.

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May 19th, 2016 by divider



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May 19th, 2016 by divider



Learn Public Speaking and Presentations Skills at www.ProSkillsTrainers.com Taught by Azmi Shahrin. We provide inhouse and public training for public speaking, presentation skills, communication skills, English Language and more.

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May 19th, 2016 by divider



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May 18th, 2016 by divider



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May 18th, 2016 by divider



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So how can you look better on a Skype call? Because let’s face it, we’ve all seen people on Skype, and you’ve got the shot up their nose, the white window in the background that makes their whole face look so dark you can’t see it. The sound is all tinny, and it just makes most people look awful, and it’s not a pleasant experience. The good news is it’s relatively easy, with a couple of changes, to make anyone look great on a Skype call. You can look like you’re in a network TV studio.

For starters, you don’t want to have the camera low, and if you’ve got your camera on your laptop and it’s sitting on the desk, chances are it’s shooting up your nose. Well, nobody looks good with a camera shooting up their nose. You can just get a stack of books or anything else and put that underneath your laptop. You want the camera right around your eye level, maybe just a couple of inches below, but you don’t want a foot below.

The next step, you want more light in front of you, not behind you. That means you can’t have a window behind you or a window that’s open with the blinds not shut. Because the camera’s going to latch onto the light, and if there’s more light behind you, it’s going to darken out your face, and you can’t be seen. So either change the angle of the camera so you’re not pointing to a window, or make sure your blinds are shut, and make sure you have more light in front of you. I’ve had times when I’ve just taken lamps off, the lampshades off, put it in front of me, and then the light looks okay on me.

And finally, you need to improve your audio. For about 15 bucks, you can go to Radio Shack and get a plug-in lav mike, and you just pin it right on your jacket or shirt. And now the audio quality is much, much better. You’ll sound like a network news anchor and not this blah-blah-blah-blah, this tinny sound like Charlie Brown’s teacher. You’ll sound much, much better.

Follow those tips, and you’ll look and sound great on a Skype interview, or a Skype call with business colleagues or friends and family.

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May 17th, 2016 by divider



Public speaking tips and techniques. Handling nervousness before speaking
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Embrace your Inadequacy and Moushami Chatterjee https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3P7QWesP-8
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May 16th, 2016 by divider



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Watch more Public Speaking Training videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505101-What-to-Wear-for-a-TV-Interview-Public-Speaking

How should you dress if you’re going on television?

For starters, you need to dress in a way that won’t mince your message. You don’t want to confuse people. If you are a banker you don’t want to dress like a sculptor or an artist. If you’re an artist you don’t want to have a boring banker’s suit on. There needs to be a connection between your message, what you’re talking about, and what you’re wearing. So, if you’re a dairy farmer don’t have a pinstripe suit on. If you’re a banker don’t have jeans and a Polo shirt on. It will confuse people.

Other tips specific to TV. You’re better off wearing solids and avoiding complicated patterns, stripes that can jump around. This is a fairly subtle stripe and it tends not to jump around. Because a lot of my clients are people in the financial industry and CEO’s, I have a business suit on. Doesn’t mean that you should be wearing a business suit. Stripes can jump around. Broad patterns can jump around.

Certain colors can be bad for TV. If you’re wearing a bright red it can bleed, it’s moving. If you’re wearing white that can be too bright, and it can become the dominant thing on the screen. Now, it doesn’t mean it’s always awful. There are certain news anchors, even our President wears a white shirt. Doesn’t mean it’s going to destroy your whole image on TV. But, in general, white is too bright and it dominates the picture.

Black is another problem color. Black can have a slimming effect in real life if you’re speaking or in front of people, but on TV your arms can bleed together with your torso. And if you’re sitting on a black chair it can all bleed together. Black can actually make you look heavier on TV than you are in real life.

So, I would avoid black. I would avoid red. I would avoid white. The simpler the better. The fewer patterns the better. Do that and you will be dressed well for TV.

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