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How Stepping into the Beam Can Help Your Presentation

Beam It Up! How to Step Into the Light As a presenter, you want the crowd + to see your presentation deck clearly. Crossing the projector's beam is one of the biggest NO-NO's in public speaking. However, properly maneuvering through the beam can help you explain complicated data. 1 Study the setting in advance. Familiarize yourself with the venue's layout by going there before your presentation. This lets you know how to position yourself onstage. Don't block off your audience's view. Figure out the best position to stand to avoid hiding important parts of your slides. This lets you know where you can stay without getting in the way. Interact with 3: your slides. Explain your visuals clearly and directly by physically pointing at or touching * the projection. This lets you highlight and clarify the more intricate parts of your pitch. To Beam or Not to Beam? The next time you deliver a pitch with statistical facts, interact with your slides and with your audience and beam up into the world of success! Reference Mitchell, Olivia. "How getting in the beam makes you a better presenter." Speaking About Presenting. September 17, 2009. Accessed September 22, 2015. visit for more SLIDEgenius 2.

How Stepping into the Beam Can Help Your Presentation

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Getting into the beam while presenting can be distracting. But it can also help you produce a more effective presentation by following a few guidelines.



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