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As a public speaking, timing is critical. That includes when you start and when you finish. Did you do both on time. You might be forgiven for starting your speech late but not for going overtime. The audience hates for the speaker to go on too long. They don’t like you that much. They value their time.

Questions about Public Speaking

How do I keep my presentation on time?

How do I keep my presentation on time?

This is one of the most important questions that every speaker should consider. Unfortunately not enough speakers think about how to stay on time.

The first point to consider is that even though your audience might not care when you start, they do care about when you finish.

So the real question is “How do you finish on time?” Continue reading

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