How to have a conversation

You know more about speaking publicly than you think. We all do it every day when we’re having conversations. When you’re talking to a friend, you don’t really worry about your delivery. You’ve got something to say, some sort of message, and you want to assure they get it. Apply this same concept when you’re speaking to a group. Envision a supportive friend, and focus on making sure they understand you’re saying. If you’re using video – put a picture of that friend right next to the camera as a visual reminder. It’ll take your mind off of your nerves, and remind you of what you already know – how to have a conversation.

William Smartt

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