Handling Presentation Nerves with Dr Simon Raybould author of ‘Presentation Genius’


Nerves are something that affect everyone who presents to a live audience.

In this second session Simon discussed methods to improve handling nerves . Simon is a presentation skills trainer and author of ‘Presentation Genius’

In fact in a light hearted conversation Simon gives a master class in dealing with presentation nerves , covering ‘ties and flies’ , preparation , rehearsing (or not) ,anchoring , black slides , changing the world , measuring success , good high energy , confidence , being excited , peripheral vision ,being in control and being prepared.

Simon and I have been friends for over 10 years and it always a pleasure to video chat on Blab .

Replay is below Tuesday 12th April 2:00 PM GMT

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Simon says

‘I started life as a research scientist: I looked at the causes of childhood leukaemia. After 24 years as a researcher I gradually became more interested in how science is communicated (or not) because what people act on is very different from what researchers *know*. Then I got more and more into understanding how *anything* was communicated, not just science. I’ve also worked as a lighting designer for dance companies, written a few books and plays, been a teacher, been a fire-eater and other things I’ve forgotten….. :)’

Our previous chat on Presenting

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