2 Secrets of Memorable Presentations
A Stanford lecturer and expert on public speaking explains how to manage anxiety and deliver things smoothly.
As a communication professor and coach, I hear a lot from presenters about anxiety. Their two greatest fears are that they will forget what to say and that the audience won’t remember what was spoken. These fears are certainly understandable, but create much angst among nervous and novice presenters. In this series of posts, I will suggest several steps you can take to make your presentations more memorable for everyone.
Let’s start with remembering. Delivering a smooth presentation requires a lot of effort, but you can dramatically increase the likelihood of remembering your points by employing good presentation hygiene, structuring your presentation, and practicing well.
The Good Habits of Effective Speakers:
Structure Sets You Free
The Right Way to Practice