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Make a photocopy of your notes, and keep it with you on the day of your presentation. Keep it somewhere other than where you keep the rst version. Think of the extra copy as something like a spare house key or car key you put in a safe place, just in case you get locked out. Bringing an extra copy has saved many of us from having to wing it without notes.
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Practicing while using your notes is as important as practicing your spoken words. Using your notes seamlessly will help you to look your best. Here are some tips for practicing with your note cards.
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Some speakers use practice notes for rehearsing and then make a clean copy for the actual presentation. This is not a good idea. Use the same notes for dress rehearsal and the big day. You ll be comfortable with the spacing and design of your cards and be accustomed to any handwritten notes or pictures you may have drawn on the cards. All these little things help retention and contribute to a better nal presentation. No one else will see your notes, so make them yours mark them up any way that works for you!
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Practice in an environment similar to that of the actual presentation. Practice as often as you can in a room the size and shape of the one where you ll formally present. Practice while sitting, standing, or using a lectern. If you need to hold your cards in the formal presentation, it s important to practice while holding them. This lets you feel comfortable with your gestures and practice your eye contact.
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Practice with a video camera to check the way you turn or move your cards or papers. Notes should be as unobtrusive as possible, supporting your speech, not detracting from it.
Bonus Point
Whenever the stakes are high, practice your presentation before a small live audience. Nothing beats real feedback from someone supportive yet impartial. Change your notes to re ect the feedback.
Putting the Pieces Together
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These tips will help you to use your notes easily and to look and sound your best as you stand before the audience.
CARRY YOUR CARDS IN ONE HAND
Carry your notes in one hand as you approach the lectern. Carrying note cards in a jacket pocket can present a problem. It s easy to drop cards while taking them out of a pocket, and as Ari found out, playing fty-two pickup is a terrible way to begin a speech. Simply carrying your cards inconspicuously in one hand is usually the best and safest technique. If you use typed sheets, carry them in a simple folder with pockets. Sometimes you may want to leave your cards on the lectern so they ll be there when you stand up. This isn t a bad idea unless there is a speaker before you who might move your notes or take your notes away when leaving.
DO NOT HOLD NOTE CARDS (IF YOU DON T HAVE TO)
If you tend to get shaky hands, place your cards on a lectern or a small side table. This keeps your cards from drawing attention and hides the nervous shake. When you become more con dent, this won t be an issue. Do not under any circumstances hold a full-sized sheet while speaking. A large sheet is almost guaranteed to distract the audience, especially if you tend to talk with your hands.
LOOK AT YOUR AUDIENCE, NOT YOUR NOTES
For some inexperienced speakers, the note cards become a security blanket. The speaker s eyes stay on the notes, but those eyes don t see anything. Try to look at the notes only when it s time to move to a new point or when you truly need to be reminded of a point.
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