Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.
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Tailoring Your Talk When Time is Tight - Tips for public speakers and presenters who are running short on time.

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Talking is an art. Talking on time is a science. Polished delivery of a prepared speech of 5, 15, or 30 minutes takes verbal skill, rehearsal, and focus to stay within time. But for someone who’s time allotment has been slashed, trimming their prepared talk to fit the new time takes a blend of quick-thinking editing and amplified audience-engagement. The program is running overtime and you’ve been told you only have 5 minutes to deliver your beautiful 20 minute speech! Here are some techniques to tailor your talk when time is tight.

Full article with notes and details at:
http://www.presentationteam.com/presentation-tips/public-speaking-help/speaking-tips-when-time-is-tight

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