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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  • How to Make a Presentation
    If you're looking for how to make a presentation or for new presentation tools, then you've here. This website has hundreds of “how to” articles and videos that can take you step-by-step through how to do a presentation. This article will give you a simple outline to follow along with links to a few tools ...
  • Public Speaking Fear-The Quick and Easy Way to Fearless Presentations
    The fear of public speaking is still one of the biggest and most debilitating fears. Public speaking fear causes competent professionals to miss out on fantastic opportunities to persuade and win people to their way of thinking. So where does this fear come from? Better yet… How does the average person get rid of it? ...
  • Presentations Skills – Using Analogies (Video from Rome)
    Presentation Skills, Using Analogies -- Analogies are a great way to take complex data in a presentation and make it easier to understand.  I was in Rome a few weeks ago, and I was staying in a hotel that overlooked the city.  It reminded me of an analogy the Freud created to explain the complexities of the conscious and ...
  • Design Better Bullet Points in PowerPoint Presentations
    Just as a review, instructors of The Fearless Presentations ® class whole-heartily agree that the first step in designing a quality presentation or PowerPoint deck is to start with a clear and concise title that is audience-focused -- meaning that the title (and the speech) should be focused on what the audience wants, not what ...
  • The King’s Speech is a Fantastic Movie about Presentation Coaching and Public Speaking Fear
    My wife and daughter went to see The King's Speech a few weeks ago, and they couldn't stop talking about how great it was. So, after a few weeks of hearing about this movie, my daughter (who is nine by the way) convinced me to go see it again with her. I was ...
  • How to Find a Good ToastMasters Club
    After folks attend one of our public speaking classes, they will sometimes ask me or their presentation skills instructor for a way to practice their new found self-confidence in a controlled environment. One of the places they ask about most is Toastmasters International, because Toastmaster has thousands of local chapters all over the world, and ...