May 28, 2019 11:55 am Published by

There is no greater gift to a public speaker than to receive feedback.
Feedback is an opportunity for someone to share with you their option on the content, structure and delivery of your talk.

They may notice some things that you were not aware off and can work on to improve in your next presentation.

Whether delivering a presentation at work or speech elsewhere, ask someone beforehand to give you feedback and stay that would you like to hear something that you did well and should keep doing, and something where you can improve.

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