NOTE: Every Day’s A Learning Day For Presenters #sasgf13

April 23, 2013
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I recently spotted some cracking advice from Charu Shankar (SAS Education) on the SAS Users Groups blog. No matter how many times one has presented at conferences, there’s always room for improvement; and the biggest influence on one’s presentation is the preparation. Charu has tips for before, during and after making a presentation. The one that most caught my attention was:

The Pause – The pause is probably the most powerful technique to grab user attention and allow time for your clever tip to sink in. You don’t have to be a yogi to know the value of breath to allow the words that follow to be crystal clear and articulate.

Thanks for the tips, Charu!

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