There was no chance Sandra’s project was going to be approved now.
Months of work down the drain.
Crazy amounts of overtime, family time missed. All to be frittered away because Sandra couldn’t explain her project to the board of directors.
She rested her head in her hands as she thought about everything she’d done wrong. Her body language, the words that just didn’t come out, looking at the floor when answering questions.
How did it go so badly? A project she knew so well. A project she could usually explain so clearly.
It happens to us all.
Even the most confidence among us suffer from anxiety, jumbled ideas, and stage fright when called on to do a presentation.
But, there’s something you can do about it.
Here are the 21 things I wish I knew when I did my first presentation.
#1 It’s okay to be…
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