It’s hard enough to remember the information you want to share with an audience, so when you add in remembering to take pauses, making eye contact, and being aware of your tone.. It is SO much!
The last thing you’re thinking about is how much you should move your feet. In the back of your mind you remember a comment from your college professor telling you not to stand there like a stump. But what rarely think about the other end of the spectrum…
Walking or moving too much during a presentation can become a distraction.
So which is it? Do we move, or do we not?
The answer is YES.
You should move. And you should stay still. A mixture of BOTH is needed to keep your audience engaged.
And in this week’s Spark Your Presentation Skills show, I walk you through 3 mistakes presenters make when it comes to this movement, and more importantly, how to fix them.
This intentional movement will help you appear even more confident with your audience, so you can focus on inspiring them to take action.