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The guidelines in this chapter are just some simple tips to enhance the professional quality of your slides. Like most rules, sometimes they should be broken!
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1. For the best visibility, what should be the minimum font size for the words on your slides (a) Twelve points (b) Twenty points (c) Twenty-four points (d) Thirty-six points 2. Which font style is easiest to read on a slide (a) Times New Roman (b) Helvetica (c) Serif (d) Sans serif 3. What should you do if you know you ll be presenting in a bright room (a) Use a light background on your slides. (b) Do not use a yellow background. (c) Stay away from black type. (d) Use a dark background on your slides. 4. Which of the following should you investigate before your presentation (a) Lighting in your presentation room (b) Projector in your presentation room (c) Copyright status of your graphics (d) All of the above
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Dealing with Anxiety
Speaking of . . . Great Quotes
There are two types of speakers, those who get nervous and those who are liars.
MARK TWAIN
As an executive speech coach and college instructor, I ve listened to more than twenty thousand presentations and watched anxiety show up in many ways. One student still stands out in my mind. He trembled, stammered, and could not make eye contact. Tears actually came to his eyes while he spoke, and watching his deep anxiety was painful for the audience. Even after weeks of coaching, he still dreaded coming to speech class. I discovered that the topic he loved was music, and although he was very knowledgeable, his anxiety kept the passion and joy from surfacing when he spoke about it. Near the end of the semester, he invited me to come to see him play his violin. At 8:00 P.M. I arrived at the concert hall, and at 8:45 P.M. I watched as my timid public-speaking student took the stage in front of two thou-
Stand and Deliver
sand people and played a awless solo for none other than the Philadelphia Orchestra! This anxious presenter who felt fear speaking in front of twenty college students was a professional performer. When he held his violin, the audience melted away, and he was at home onstage. Once we found a way for him to translate his comfort on the orchestra stage to the classroom lectern, he did much better. He says he ll never really like public speaking, but now he can do it. And so can you.
Bonus Point
Always know your opening line. This will reduce your anxiety and help you get off on the right foot.
Stage Fright
Stage fright can happen to anyone, including a long list of famous performers as diverse as Barbra Streisand and Miley Cyrus, Sir Laurence Olivier, and Elvis Presley. In January 2009, Paul McCartney admitted on the television show The View that even he feels just a little stage fright before a concert. Some executives, CEOs, designers, and doctors stay out of the limelight because of their anxiety. So if you get nervous before a presentation, you re not alone. When the majority of people nd out that they have to give a presentation, they usually do one of three things: try to get out of it, procrastinate, or start working on it. Usually, they choose option number three only after they ve failed at the rst two! Fear is the primary motivator for the rst two responses. Usually we fear what s unfamiliar or seldom occurs. Since we spend so much of our time talking, why does the thought of speaking in public ll us with dread It s frightening simply because we feel exposed.
Speaking of . . . Glossophobia
Glossophobia is the technical term for stage fright. Stage fright can affect anyone. It seems to be innate in a few children who keep the fear into adulthood. It can develop late into adulthood or after one embarrassing onstage incident. Occasionally stage fright can have a sudden onset for no apparent reason. The good news is that it can be overcome.
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