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- Visualize yourself for thirty seconds openingHaving done this, you may now have an idea of the range
of speed requiring adjustment. Slow yourself down to just the
right speed. Work on this during rehearsal. Remember, it is
better to go slower than faster as this will make you look far
more confident. Also, be sure you incorporate some appro-
priately long pauses between sentences, particularly at the
Mark your notes to remind yourself of the time. Have
someone in the audience cue you at strategic points near the
end of your presentation. Never go overtime.
Be known as a speaker who begins on time and ends on
time! Always have a clock, but one that cannot be seen by the
audience. Check the time often, as discreetly as you can.
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