What Not to Say When Speaking or Presenting

up-down-28938876When delivering your speech or presentation, there are some things that you just shouldn’t say. Here are some of them:

1. People fear public speaking more than they fear death.

2. People would rather be in the casket than delivering the eulogy.

3. Communication is 93% nonverbal.

These things are simply not true and are oftentimes misrepresentations from old researches. If you want to be credible and effective, say something new and something that’s actually true and based on proper research.

For more information about this, please go to this link: Three ways you should never start your presentation


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