To get the audience to like you, make
eye contact. People tend to pay more
attention to and like those who look them
in the eye.
2. To boost your confidence, open your
chest and arms, and keep your back
3. To demonstrate authority, be calm and
use small, stiff gestures.
4. To draw the audience’s attention to
something, point directly at it and look at
it yourself. The audience will follow your
5. To convince the audience of
something, use positive gestures —
smiling, nodding, open movements, etc. —
throughout the presentation.


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