How to Practice for a Speech

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Of all presentation preparation tasks, practicing is the most important. You should spend more time practicing your presentation than everything else combined. In this series of short tutorials, Tracy Goodwin explains exactly how to make the most of your practice time:

How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Eye Contact
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Eye Contact
Work on eye contact during your practice speech by imagining your audience. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this free public...
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Content
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Content
When going over your practice speech, look at the quality and organization of your content. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in ...
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Get Alone
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Get Alone
Find a place and time that allows you to practice your speech alone. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this free public speaki...
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Time
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Time
Time your practice speech so that you can keep to the time limit you are given when you give your speech for real. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instr...
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Nonverbal Communication
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Nonverbal Communication
As you watch your practice speech, pay attention to eye contact, hand gestures, posture and position. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy G...
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Stand & Give Speech
How to Practice for a Speech : Practicing Speeches: Stand & Give Speech
Stand and deliver. Practice the speech just as you will when it's time to give the speech to your audience. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor T...

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Who is Tracy Goodwin?

2676027Tracy Goodwin is the Red Sweater Lady and she has been teaching and presenting for over 30 years.  Tracy is the CEO and brains behind RSL Corporate Communications and she’s great at what she does, change lives for the better.  Starting at the age of 12 Tracy began to win public speaking awards.  For years she has been a well sought out voice and movement instructor for actors, business professionals and Fortune 500 companies.  Tracy teaches professionals in all areas of specialization including acting, women in business, real estate, sales and more.  Tracy teaches the BE DELICIOUS PROGRAM to clients all over the world.  In addition, she holds a Masters degree in Corporate Communications.

A wonderfully perceptive woman when it comes to non-verbal communicating she has helped hundreds learn what is really going on in their relationships at home and work and has helped them to dramatically change their lives.  Because of her extensive theater background, as a professional actor for many years, an MA in Child Drama, a BFA in Directing and years and years of directing and choreographing plays and musicals all over the world, Tracy brings a wonderful background of theater to her work.  It is her extensive work in movement and voice training and years of “replaying the movie in your head” techniques that make her work not only unique, but really, really stick.  Tracy has extensive experience in muscle memory work and the techniques she teaches are not just quick and inconsistent fixes but rather, life change experiences not to be missed out on.