“What advice do you have if you stuff up during a presentation?” asked an audience member at my recent conference workshop. “That depends”, I said.
Left-stage ways to stand out in a talk. Inspired by Jamila Rizvi, Annabel Crabb, and clown-school.
It is possible to speak eloquently without notes. Here are 3 tips for preparing to present without notes.
When a conference speaker reads directly from their notes it doesn’t usually make for the most exciting listening. As an audience member, when someone is looking down you don’t feel connected and it’s hard to pay attention. “I could have just read the journal article”, you might think. There’s nothing wrong with notes – exceptContinue reading “How to use notes AND look at your audience (inspired by Annabel Crabb)”