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The Rehearsal Regimen That Every Great Presenter Should Know

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The Rehearsal Regimen That Every Great Presenter Should Know
DRESS THE PART
Now that you are ready to give your presentation in front of actual people, put on the exact clothes that you will wear the day of your talk. You want to feel as though you are truly in front of the crowd not something you can achieve in your pajamas.
Assemble your mock audience and set up your phone as a camera in the corner. Run through your entire presentation and then go back later to critique yourself.
Listening to the audio alone is as important as watching yourself. Try to vary the emotional inflections in your voice as you perfect the content—this will help keep your audience interested.
Download your prezi onto your phone or tablet and carry it with you everywhere so you can use any spare moment to practice.
Do a dry run on stage...
While you are still in the early stages of rehearsing, the key is to run through your presentation as much as you can—try to get to the point where you’re able to list off your main points without even thinking about them.
...or at least in the room. When you get closer to your speech date, try to practice in the same location where you will be giving your presentation.
You’ve written your talking points; now it’s time to say them out loud. Do this first by yourself, without stopping when you mess up.
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BREAK OUT THE VIDEO CAMERA
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LISTEN TO
THE AUDIO ONLY
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GO MOBILE
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PRACTICE UNTIL
IT'S MUSCLE MEMORY
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Practice your presentation alone at least five times before inviting friends to listen in. Try to memorize it in its entirety.
Stand in front of a mirror and try (this can be difficult) to really focus on the words you are saying.
CHOOSE YOUR FRIENDS WISELY
Giving a presentation is serious business, and you want the most honest feedback possible. When choosing friends or coworkers that will give you feedback, be sure to select people that will give you a real critique and not sugar-coated positivity.
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