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Command the Stage with Proper Body Language

Command the Stage with Proper Body Language Video Description: Whether you’re nervous about public speaking or already comfortable in front of a crowd, body language reveals a lot about you and the message you’re sharing.  Award-winning broadcaster and public speaker Michelle Wright demonstrates proper body language to ensure your physical actions and facial expressions emphasize your message, without distracting the audience.  

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Overcoming Stage Fright

Overcoming Stage Fright Video Description: Who better to help you get over your fear of public speaking than people who do it every day for a living:  Professional broadcasters!  In this “Special Report,” a group of award-winning news anchors and reporters reveal their secret strategies for being at ease and focused when they speak on camera and in front of a live audience.

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Focus Your Message for Effective Public Speaking

Focus Your Message for Effective Public Speaking Video Description: Emmy-award winning broadcaster, public speaker, and community advocate Michael Bartley has spent plenty of time at a podium, educating and inspiring audiences. He shares his advice for structuring a speech, and backing up talking points with research, to ensure your message has maximum impact!

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