As speakers, our movement matters. Whether we are unveiling a methodology, revealing shocking statistics or telling a story, what we do with our body influences how connected (or disconnected) the audience is to us.
Pre-think your routines.
Decide how you want to train. You want to know your body because how you move offstage (good or bad) will impact how you move onstage.
Adopt a movement practice.
As long as you’re doing something that gets you in your body – be it yoga, be it CrossFit, be it weightlifting, be it pushups and sit-ups – you’re on the right track.
Move your body backstage.
When you’re backstage be careful of getting cold standing in one position because you’re nervous. Use the movement that you enjoy the most to stay fluid and it will set you up for success.
Your words are critically important as a speaker. Your movement is as important as what comes out of your mouth. Kymberlee
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