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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Tuesday, 17 July 2007

This week (on Monday and Tuesday) I attended an interesting course called "Act Naturally" - which seemingly focused on how we perform in presentations and any other formal gathering.

It gave us an opportunity to identify our "tension point" and gauge our traits which seemingly hold us back when presenting to a wider audience.

It was an interrogation and didn't feel uncomfortable - and I got a lot of it.

In short, I need to focus on the following points:

  • Looking up as I enter a room.
  • Find my "placing" before I begin speaking - ensure I am "well-grounded" to the floor!
  • Pause during my sentences, and ensure I have a good introduction - e.g. calm, easy statements or questions to begin with.
  • I also have the tendency to think and progress quicker than the audience - i.e. not give time for a response or the thought to sink in within the audience, so I must SLOW down my performance and even my thoughts, I guess.
  • Need to identify and emphasise the key points within my presentation - less is more, and focus upon these at specific destination points (people, focal points within the room) - to reinforce the importance of the points noted.

I believe there were a few others, but these were the key ones I captured!

All in all, a great "feedback" gathering opportunity - something I don't normally get a lot of (constructively) within AXP. You get feedback - but it's normally criticism - and not really formatted in a way to help you resolve the said points. But this particular course, was presented at the right level and with the right subject material - related to my role / job!

It was also good to see how others do it, and even try to learn the tips of the trade - from real-life actors etc.

Well I know I need to present to GNS Partner's soon, so will hopefully have a great opportunity to test some of these theories!!

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