7 Greatest Webinar Presentation Fears And How To Overcome Them

7 Greatest Webinar Presentation Fears And How To Overcome Them

Webinars, along with other avenues of Internet marketing, can be scary. However, this is no reason to not take advantage of all they have to offer! Any time a new technology is developed, especially one that levels the field between large and small businesses, it deserves to be used to your advantage. Let’s look at some of these mental blocks and how to overcome them.

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How to Handle Constructive Criticism

How to Handle Constructive Criticism

Getting feedback can help make a project or presentation become truly great. The hard part is taking the constructive criticism that comes with it. No one likes hearing that their hard work could use improvement – but you’ll have to suck it up if you want to know how it will be received by an audience.

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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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Presentations that Enhance Your Brand

Have you ever attended a lame presentation? You know the kind I mean. The presenter limps from slide to slide, and the audience can hardly wait for it to end. If it’s an in-person presentation, the audience may be reluctant to walk out. But online . . . . one click and they’re gone. A presentation should reinforce your brand — and you may need a little help from your friends. So let’s chat about that inside. Read more

3 Webinar-Killing Mistakes — And How to Fix Them

What’s the first word that comes to mind when I say Powerpoint? If you’re like most people, the very word makes your eyes glaze over. Then your chin drops toward your chest. Soon you’re making a sound cartoonists illustrate with z-z-z-z-z. Boring! It’s time for a change. Does that mean you should toss Powerpoint out the nearest window? Here’s a less-drastic solution . . . Read more