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Speak to the audience, not your visuals

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If you give a presentation with slides or other visuals, don’t use them as a crutch. Never turn your back on your listeners and speak to the screen. Instead, pause so that your audience can scan each new visual before you speak about it. If your visuals cannot be digested in 10 seconds, avoid them.

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