Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The Public Speaking Posture Trick All Business Owners Should Know

Are you a marketer or business that use video, webinars, seminar, etc. to promote your products? If you're not, you should be!

Well, having an excellent public speaking posture can you!

I know many entrepreneurs are still afraid of jumping in front of a camera, audio interview, and even worst speaking in from of a large audience in a live seminar. The excitement and fear creates anxiety in you, which can make even the best speaker in the world to mess up the presentation. And nobody wants to have a bad first impression in front of your prospects, don't you agree?

A bad presentation will just lower your chances to get leads or make a sale, it will also decrease your authority and company reputation.

One way (no trick here) to increase your chances of success is by practicing your notes very good before any presentation. The other way is by having a really good public speaking posture.


Alan Fine, author of "You Already Know How To Be Great" (came out for sale las week), provides his trick to have an excellent public speaking posture. To project confidence and competence make sure you stand up straight, then focus on keeping your body like that will take your mind off your anxiety, and it will relax your speaking.

In case you are doing a podcast or online radio show, make sure to sit straight and focus on your posture.

That's it... Now try it, and let me know how it work for you.

Yours truly,

Luis E Galarza,
Internet Marketing Specialist.

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