Free Presentation TipsBelow is a list of just a few sample free public speaking tips published by the instructors of Fearless Presentations ®. The Leader's Institute ® website has HUNDREDS of self-help presentation tip articles that can help you eliminate stage fright and learn to write and deliver better presentations, and the articles are listed randomly below. So for a new list of public speaking skill articles, just hit the "refresh" button on your web browser, and additional articles will appear automatically.

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  • Make Your Presentation Handouts Look Professional without a Graphic Designer
    Last week was part one of How to Create the Perfect Presentation Handout. In that article and podcast, I gave you three easy ways to create helpful handouts to accompany your in-person presentations. This week, I'm going to show you how to style your presentation handouts so that they look really professional. The good news ...
  • How to Design a Presentation Quickly
    Looking for a way to design a presentation quickly and, pretty much, stress free? The Three-Point Talk is a presentation style that makes writing a presentation very simple and very fast. Sometimes, we just need to get information across to our audience in a poised and confident way. The Three-Point Talk format is a simple way ...
  • 6 Phrases You Should Avoid in Your Next Speech-At ALL Costs
    In the business world, we’ve heard hundreds of speeches. Some, like Martin Luther King Jr.’s legendary speech, stick in our minds from our school days. Others, we simply endure and sit through, because we have no choice. Chances are you’ve been asked to give a speech at one time or another. You know you’ve got ...
  • Tell a Story in Your Speech and Reduce Public Speaking Fear
    Feel nervous about speaking in public? Tell a story in your speech (early), and you can reduce public speaking fear dramatically. One of the first public speaking secrets that we share in our public speaking training classes is that stories are your friend. When you tell a story, you reduce presentation jitters and build rapport ...
  • Everything You’ve Learned about Public Speaking is WRONG!
    By Doug Staneart Many myths about public speaking have been passed along from person to person over the years, and the one thing that is consistent about these myths is that the people who pass them along are still nervous about speaking. After facilitating over 200 public speaking classes and never having a single person fail ...
  • Audiences Are Selfish
    You would think that your profound thoughts and words would be enough to make anyone listen. You want to tell them everything you know about the subject. You worked on your speech or presentation, put in some great language, big dollar words, that will make them understand that you are very smart. And let’s not ...