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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  • Reduce the Data on Your PowerPoint Slides-Video PowerPoint Tip
    Reduce the Data on Your PowerPoint Slides-Video PowerPoint Tip Too Much Data on Your PowerPoint Slides: Your PowerPoint slide deck should be a visual aid to help you explain your point, so if you put too much data on a slide (too much text, too many numbers, or charts and graphs – gasp – Is he ...
  • 5 Strategies for Creating TED Talks to Make Your TED Talk Go Viral
    Congratulations! You’ve been invited to give a TED talk. This non-profit talk series is the gold standard of speeches, so you should be honored to be in the even’s roster. It will look wonderful on your resume and website. You’ve undoubtedly been chosen because you’re an expert in your field, be it medicine, literature, pop ...
  • PowerPoint Tip Video-Use Pictures Properly to Better Explain Your Presentation
    PowerPoint Tip Video: Use Pictures Properly to Better Explain Your Presentation This is PowerPoint Tip #6 of Ten in the PowerPoint Tip Video Series. Pictures can add a lot of clarity to your presentation, but only when we use them properly. Pictures just for decoration sake can add confusion, but remember that a picture ...
  • Routine: The Key to Effective Public Speaking?
    What to know a real secret about public speaking success? The real key to effective public speaking is to establish a comfortable routine. It’s a commonly-known fact that public speaking is a wider-held fear than death. Being afraid of public speaking is so common that it’s almost a cliché. But why? It’s not because people ...
  • Public Speaking Tip – Memorize Your Speech. No Don’t
    By Connie Timpson/ Sr. Instructor at The Leader’s Institute “It’s not that long. I can memorize it.” Maybe. But why would you? Memorizing speeches sets you up for anxiety and possible failure. It robs you of spontaneity and creative thought. If someone interrupts your speech to ask a question, you may find that the tumblers on ...
  • Is the Art of Public Speaking Lost on Millennials?
    Older generations sometimes lump the entire next-generation into a stereotypical group. For instance, you've likely heard the negative stereotypes about Millennials: they are lazy, entitled, late-bloomers… the list goes on. However, there are also positive traits that many Millennials share that make them an asset in the workplace, including their teamwork skills, efficiency, and desire ...