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8 Ways Eye Contact Can Make or Break Your Presentation

"When you are first introduced to people, looking them in the eye or avoiding their gaze will send an instant message," says an article published in Research Digest titled. Initiating eye connection is a universal premise in public speaking—it ignites a connection between the speaker and the audience. It is the key to coalescing your core message and excellent delivery. As a presenter, your main goal is to clearly convey a message to your spectators. Whether your presentation tackles business [...]

Boosting Productivity with the Help of Nature

Do you find a certain monotony in your professional life wherein you feel cooped up in a little concrete square during work hours? Are you distracted by the many different sights, sounds, and miscellaneous goings-on in the office? Is this dip, if not crash, in productivity immensely affecting your performance? Then perhaps you need a bit—or a lot—of nature. It’s a known fact that spending time outdoors can be beneficial to your health. Not only can you soak up vitamin [...]

Advantages of Using Bullet Points in PowerPoint Presentation

Bullet Points and Why They Matter to Your Presentation

Many articles online provide profound insights on how to charm your audience, retain attention when speaking in public, or create the best presentation for the right purpose. And for the most part, there have been similarities that can be seen in almost every piece. One of the many from presentation experts is: “Don’t ever use bullet points. You don’t need them.” What warranted the general avoidance? Is it because it’s primarily considered the reason for death by PowerPoint (DbP)? If [...]

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