Memorizing Your Next Presentation Can Sabotage Your Efforts

by Janice Tomich

 

Huffington Post Canada: 

Have you noticed the difference between a presenter who has memorized their presentation word for word and one who riffs off key points?

There is a big difference. In fact, it’s obvious. The first sounds like the speaker is reading from a script and the delivery is stilted — a little too slick. The latter sounds confident, relaxed and strangely more in control than the presenter who has memorized their script verbatim…read more >

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