Apart from good posture, it is also important to cut off bad presentation habits like fidgeting. Fidgeting is a display of constant movements that may disturb other people. This includes fiddling with your notes, playing with your hands, or even tapping your feet. Even if fidgeting is a subconscious action, as it is a result of anxiety or stage fright, you as a presenter should avoid such action especially when in front of an audience.
By keeping calm, being prepared for your pitch, and practicing vigilance, you can prevent yourself from fidgeting during a presentation. Keeping these pointers in mind allows you to deliver a great speech and build your confidence as a public speaker.
Know more about fidgeting and how you can avoid it in this infographic from presentation design company, SlideGenius. Check it out below.
Infographic by: www.slidegenius.com