Here’s how to avoid drawing a blank in the middle of your presentation

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Public speaking is a vital personal and professional skill. Delivering a presentation helps you get your message to a lot of people at once and gives you an opportunity to create a positive impression of you, your project, or your organisation. Although many of us feel nervous before addressing an audience, the biggest fear for some people is having their mind go blank mid-speech. To help you develop fluency and present your information with ease and confidence, expert Annett Grant shares here four top tips to avoid mental wipeouts and how to recover gracefully when you do draw a blank. 

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