1. Wear a blazer to cover up sweaty pits.
2. That blazer will also help you keep your shoulders squared back without making your chest seem obscene
3. Before you speak, shake hands with everyone: Do pumps pumps and look the person in the eye.
4. Introduce yourself. To remember someone's name, repeat it back immediately.
5. Always opt to stand instead of sit when presenting.
6. Don't hold a pen. You'll just fidget with it.
7. Wear your glasses. It makes you look smarter (really).
8. Make eye contact with your audience.
9. Don't wear jewelry that will make a lot of noise or is distracting to your audience.
10. Break your bad "filler word" habits: um, like, you know, literally, actually, sorta...
11. Always have a drink of water handy.
12. Give yourself a break from speaking by letting people ask questions.
13. Before you get up to talk, try sitting like a man. When you take up more space, you have a bigger presence.
14. Do a "power pose" before you speak to give yourself confidence and lower stress.
15. Don't spend the whole time staring at your own PowerPoint!
16. Most importantly: Here's what to do with your hands: Just let them hang at your sides. That is all.
Katie Notopoulos is a senior editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York. Notopoulos writes about tech and internet culture is cohost of the Internet Explorer podcast.
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