Don’t be nervous. It’s not as hard as it seems, and you can do it. Public speaking is a daunting task for many people, but with the right preparation and practice, anyone can become a better public speaker in no time at all.
The key to being a good public speaker is to focus on the audience and what they want or need from you instead of focusing on yourself. In this blog post, we will go over some tips that will help you improve your public speaking skills so you can finally feel confident presenting at conferences or events! Organize and prepare.
Spend time researching the subject matter as well as what will be expected of you at the event, paying particular attention to any unique or challenging aspects.
Practice your speech with a friend if possible, getting feedback on how it might sound to an audience member who doesn’t know anything about the topic but still wants to understand what’s going on.
Have professionally printed copies of your presentation available for attendees in case there are issues projecting from a computer screen so that everyone can read along even when they’re not sitting close enough to see everything clearly on their own device (this is especially important for people who go into sensory overload easily). There are some other things you should do before presenting.