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Public Speaking

Public Speaking. Ginger Tran. The No. 1 predictor of success and upward mobility, according to an AT&T and Stanford University study, is how much you enjoy public speaking and how effective you are at it. Starting Out. Preparation is key, be willing to admit what you do or do not know

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Public Speaking

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  1. Public Speaking Ginger Tran

  2. The No. 1 predictor of success and upward mobility, according to an AT&T and Stanford University study, is how much you enjoy public speaking and how effective you are at it.

  3. Starting Out • Preparation is key, be willing to admit what you do or do not know • Consider your audience • BE CONFIDENT • Use appropriate eye contact and hand gestures • Most importantly, take a deep breath and remember everything will be okay!

  4. Confidence • Make an effort to make eye contact when necessary • Enunciate and speak slowly • Be energetic and speak up so that everyone can hear you • Appropriate hand gestures will help make a point

  5. Things to REMEMBER • Smile • Speak up • Think positively • Let your body language be in sync with your words • Use light, appropriate humor if you can • “Open” your posture so it seems more inviting • Try to have a definitive ending

  6. Things to AVOID • Clichés or slang words (this includes *like*) • Stuttering (um and uh) • Nervous laughter • Apologizing or discrediting yourself • Twiddling thumbs or nervous ticks • Long pauses • Wandering eyes • Too many details • Trailing your sentences

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