POSTURE<br />The word "posture" comes from the Latin verb "ponere" which is defined as "to put or place.“<br /> The general concept of human posture refers to "the carriage of the body as a whole, the attitude of the body, or the position of the limbs (the arms and legs)."<br />
Importance of good posture<br /><ul><li> Your posture is the way you stand or sit, it is the first</li></ul>major influence on the initial impression you make.<br /><ul><li> your posture indicates your confidence, your openness </li></ul>and your attitude.<br /><ul><li> Good posture create good impact on the audience.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Good posture improve your confidence.
Attention to breathing and posture will help even those </li></ul>with a soft or weak voice control their volume and <br />voice quality<br />
DO's and don'ts<br /><ul><li> Proper posture may be different from one person </li></ul> to the next, but good posture will likely consist of <br /> standing erect with a neutral spine, head up, <br /> shoulders back and down, and feet together.<br /><ul><li> Standing straight conveys personal dignity and </li></ul> optimism. Slouching or leaning on something for <br /> support may be interpreted as indifference or an <br /> apologetic attitude. <br />
<ul><li>Don't fidget, or play around with your hands, your hair or anything else. It's distracting for the audience, and it sends the message that you're worried about your presentation.
Stand tall, straight and still, so the audience focuses on what you're saying, rather than what you're doing.</li></li></ul><li>FUN FACT<br />
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