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Part VI: Delivering the Presentation > How to Deliver Your Presentation

Chapter 21. How to Deliver Your Presentation

You must communicate your enthusiasm to the audience if you want them to be enthusiastic about the ideas you present.

Standing stiffly, with little animation in your body, and speaking in a monotone voice without good eye contact is a sure way to deliver a speech that is a dud. We communicate with much more than words. Your nonverbal actions carry your feelings. If these channels get cut off because of anxiety, your interaction and rapport with the audience will suffer.


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