It’s nearly Christmas,so I’m in the festive spirit!

So for this holiday period I thought I’d take inspiration from one of my favourite Christmas songs – and give you twelve tips of speaking in a single post! Use them all, or take a selection, and see how a speech is strengthened when you bring a lot of learning together in a single presentation.

The first tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The second tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The third tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The fourth tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The fifth tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: the rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The sixth tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: always tell a story. The rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The seventh tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: graphics aren’t your script, always tell a story. The rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The eighth tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: always keep eye contact, don’t over-use your slides, always tell a story. The rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The ninth tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: don’t sound like a robot, always keep eye contact, don’t over-use your slides, always tell a story. The rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The tenth tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: consider body language, don’t sound like a robot, always keep eye contact, don’t over-use your slides, always tell a story. The rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The eleventh tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: have a bit of humour, consider body language, don’t sound like a robot, always keep eye contact, don’t over-use your slides, always tell a story. The rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

The twelfth tip of speaking that Tina gave to me: make a personal connection, have a bit of humour, consider body language, don’t sound like a robot, always keep eye contact, don’t over-use your slides, always tell a story. The rule of three! Always know your audience, look them in the eye, breathe when you are nervous, and properly pronounce my Ps and Bs.

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate!

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