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How to Use Body Language to Improve Your Presentation

Many people feel that being a public speaker is not easy. Most of the people get confusing when they have to use body language in their presentation. On the other hand body language is the most important in presentation, as the Dr. Albert Mahrabian said that communication are 7% of the words that we choose, 38% voice tonality and 55% body language. Our question is how to use the body language to improve our Presentation? There are three techniques, maintain eye contacts, open body postures and use hand gestures.

Maintain eyes contact are 99% of the time in presentation. We have to see all of our audience in the room. Break our view into three parts of the room. For example, see the left part of the room when we make a presentation and make a point, then see the other part of the room and make a point, after that see the rest of the room and make a point. That is the easy way to use your eye contact when you make a presentation.

The second technique is open body postures. Make sure that when we make a presentation do not hold anything on your hand. Besides that, do not cross your hand because that is close body posture. We have to make open body postures to make our presentation good.

The last one is use hand gestures. Let your hand move naturally when you say the words. Do not put your hands in your pocket because it is casual attitude and is not the same as when you make a communication with your friend.

In conclusion, there are three techniques to improve your presentation by using body language that maintain eye contacts, open body postures, and use hand gestures.

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