Lesson 1, Topic 1
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Finding Your Own Presentation Style

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Being natural and polishing your own unique instructional style is valuable. Learning to punctuate word choices to create an energetic rhythm in your speech patterns and moving throughout the classroom to engage individually with participants all work to elevate the learning experience and allow for the greatest retention opportunity. The mind will follow what the body is doing.

When you appear confident, your movements are natural, fluid, and animated when necessary. Your message will naturally flow from one logical concept to the next, and your own confidence will increase because your participants will be noticeably engaged by how you are communicating with them.

Tone-setting at the very beginning of class and a special emphasis on confident non-verbal cues will start a cycle that encourages competence and authority in your instruction. Your mind will catch up to your body’s confidence with competent language.