4 Expert-Backed Public Speaking Tips for Entrepreneurs
Remember, your opening is king. It's crucial to engage and capture people's attention from the start.
"Aytekin, I have no idea what he's saying," my friend Sam whispered under her breath. We were watching a lengthy slide presentation at a business conference, and nearly every word coming out of the presenter's mouth was laced with jargon.
He used terms like core competency, low-hanging fruit, and gain traction. The slides themselves were also hard enough to decipher, full of figures and stats.
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