Stand Up Straight
Correct posture is critical to your visual and verbal messages. Speaking is a physical sport. Success in every endeavor is based on an easy, balanced posture.
Posture gives listeners clues on how you feel about yourself. Use the ready Posture, a modified athletic stance in your opening and closing and all thought your presentation.
Dancing in place
What Works - Standing:
Weight balanced evenly
Feet forward and planted
Feet shoulder width apart
Hands resting down at sides, a Ready Position
What Works - Seated:
Sit forward on front half of chair
Feet flat on floor
Balanced and leaning into table, towards listeners
You appear open & approachable
You look energized while at ease
It helps center your energy and thoughts