1. Looking myself in the eye for 30 seconds actually helps me think about how I am going to do my presentation.
  2. Looking into someone else’s eyes for 30 seconds allows me to see how easy it is for me to do eye contact with others.
  3. Speaking and looking into my eyes helps me see how much eye movement I am doing while actually talking.
  4. While doing the low power pose I didn’t really fell much of a difference in the sense of confidence.
  5. While doing a high power pose, I felt yet even more confident than I usually would.

CC BY-SA 4.0 Effective Eye Contact and Body Language for an Oral Presentation by Alex is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


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