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Bruna Martinuzzi is a facilitator, keynote speaker and coach, focused on leadership and presentation skills development.

Web site: http://www.clarionenterprises.com/blog/



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A brief, well-crafted story that is relevant to your topic is one of the most potent ways to maintain the attention of your audience. But the story must be kind.
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Metaphors are one of the most powerful weapons in your arsenal as a presenter. In today's fast-paced world of communication, a well-thought-out metaphor acts as a shortcut to meaning.
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We like to see a person who is cool under fire, but not dead cold for the duration of a speech. Know the difference.
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Emotional leakage refers to emotional information that we pass on to others through our body language. These micro-expressions may be fleeting, but audiences are able to detect them.
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Being a little nervous when you present means that you really care.... Audience members see this as a signal that you are solicitous of their esteem—there is a graceful humility in this—you care enough to want to do a great job.
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Practice self-compassion. A habit of self-criticism breaks your spirit and prevents you from showing up as your most secure self—whether it is for a presentation, a meeting, or a social event.

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