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The note-taking may take place over many months or a 24-hour period in an emergency (and when you have to wing it at the last minute, as I did , there's no time for notes). Thinking out loud or practicing lines extemporaneously? Speeches don't just hatch themselves.

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Make Better Presentations - The Anatomy of a Good Speech | chrisbrogan.com

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Notice also how she does this as a conversation, and yet, it’s very practiced. Shop Your Work You can practice and test and work out your presentations, you know. Gave me some great tips for speaking to the international crowd. Tip #3 was to be prepared.

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Five Ways to Speak Like Obama | BNET

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To achieve the body language that’s effective for you, focus on a single attribute — for example, calm — and practice implementing it in the basic motions of your day, from getting dressed in the morning, to leaving your home for work, to greeting your friends and colleagues. Practice calmly walking up to the lectern or the front of the room. And, while it mentions "practice," I suggest a stronger directive: Number 7: Speak often.

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