Find your center, perhaps with a breathing exercise or five minutes of meditation to calm the inner storm, and prepare.
When there's an intense underlying emotion beneath the desire to communicate something, we tend to hyper-express a messy tangle of words that fail to capture what we're really trying to say.
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There's a lot of good research that suggests that we project influence and status on people who aren't fidgeting around a lot when they are talking to people.
Tape your next presentation or meeting to see where you're missing the mark, and get somebody to give you feedback.
Keep at it. Presidents Jimmy Carter and George W. Bush were considered blazingly bad public speakers at first, but dramatically and steadily improved with continued practice.
You don't want to give the impression that you're acting.
People will figure out when you're trying to be someone that you're not.
Leading up to the big speech at the end of the film, King George and his coach rehearsed over and over again–out loud!
You have to practice out loud to get a feel for how the words will flow so that you can speak without hesitation.
The matrix consists of a square divided into 4 quadrants:
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