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Body language and posture

Your posture should be tall and straight not slumped, as this assists in relaxation and your breathing control. An open stance helps voice control and projection as well as presenting a confident and trusting image to your audience.

Use gestures to emphasise main points and facial expressions to enhance meaning. Move naturally and keep eye contact.

Hint: Remember to smile!



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