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What are some techniques for rehearsing a briefing or presentation?  
Rehearsing your briefing or presentation allows you to become more comfortable with your material and confident with your execution, which helps to control your nervousness. Mentally rehearse to visualize how the presentation should look and sound to your audience. Use this to help organize your remarks and develop visual aids. Practice out loud in front of a mirror to get your timing down. Rehearse your presentation live in a less-threatening, informal environment such as for family, friends, or coworkers. Enlist reviews from your audience. Sometimes taping your rehearsal and then reviewing it to see yourself as your audience does or will helps. Be sure to use your props when you rehearse and arrive early enough to the presentation location to check any audio-visual equipment you’ll be using. These are just a few suggestions to help prepare for a briefing or presentation. Learn more about this subject from the resources listed.
Keywords: speech, Presentation, Briefing, public speaking

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