Meditation and Yoga for Performance Anxiety

Meditation for Performance Anxiety

It happens to the best of us: performance anxiety before giving a presentation rears its ugly head. Even when you know that you have your content nailed down, and have practiced in front of others, it can still creep up on you. Performance anxiety can be particularly strong the day of a mindfulness, and especially the few minutes beforehand. It can make you lose your concentration and train of thought and keep you from doing your best.

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Breathing Life into Your Webinar Presentation with Video, Graphics and Images

Breathing Life Into Your Webinar Presentation With Video

The basis of this article is very direct: you will quickly lose your audience if your webinar is full of text. This is especially true of webinars because during in-person presentations, the audience has you to look at, which provides a constant visual. During webinars, the audience has only your slides. Furthermore, visuals are great tools for evoking emotion, which can lead to a robust discussion session or Q&A session. Visuals are often the only thing that people remember from a webinar, especially a week or two later, so be sure to choose meaningful, communicative visuals.

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Use Facebook Ads to Up Your Webinar Registration

Use Facebook Ads to Up Your Webinar Registration

If you’re not getting the registration numbers that you want for your webinars, placing an ad on Facebook may be your next step. Facebook is the largest social media website that makes reaching millions of people easier than ever. Facebook users log in, on average, about 13 times per day. With 829 million active users, just imagine the impact a Facebook ad can have on your webinar attendance. The world can be your stage.

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5 Ways to Make Your Presentation Memorable

5 Ways to Make Your Presentation Memorable

When it comes to attending a presentation, people will either remember it or they won’t. Which one happens depends a lot on the presenter. The human brain is designed to respond to certain stimuli. Try as they might, even if the person wants to remember what was said, they might not be able to recall it without the right triggers.

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