Not everyone has the gift of gab, witty comebacks and the right amount of smooth to draw in even the stiffest of crowds. But you can definitely set yourself up to have the best presentation experience with practice.
If you get nervous standing up to speak, don’t accept last minute gigs. Position yourself always to have enough time to deliver well.
Do your research. Make good notes. Draft your script and practice it out loud. Make tweaks and read out loud again. Have a trusted family member or friend listen to you and give you feedback.
Radio and Television Interviews
Give the same preparation to interviews for radio and television. Make good notes about the subject matter. Ask the producer to give you their specific areas of focus so you can hone in on delivering answers with valuable information.
Now that radio is often streamed live, you should take care with your appearance just as you would for a television interview.
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