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6 Don’ts for the End of Your Presentation

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6 Don’ts for the End of Your Presentation

Bert Decker, CEO of Decker Communications, Inc., gives a quick six don’ts to avoid for successful presentation. He highlights that last three seconds would be how people remember you. Those six don’ts are:

  • Don’t step back.
  • Don’t look away.
  • Don’t move on the last word.
  • Don’t raise your hands.
  • Don’t rush to collect your papers.
  • Never blackball yourself

If you avoid those, you should able to show more confidences in front of the audience, and they will receive a deep impact from your presentation. Read Bert’s post for more details on each point.

6 Don’ts for the End of Your Presentation – [Create Your Communications Experience]

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