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Body movements

Moving your entire body during your presentation can be effective. Walking to a new position can help refocus the audience's attention. Using movement can help emphasize that you are moving on to another main point, and it can help you change the mood or pace of the presentation. Moving to a new position will also help you relieve some of your nervous energy.

It is important that you plan any changes in position before giving the presentation because the audience will notice this type of movement. Keep in mind that unless there is a reason for moving, you should remain in the same position. In addition, you should avoid pacing and shifting your weight from one foot to the other repeatedly because the audience will be distracted by these movements.


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