Even when we rehearse our speeches and get the body language down to a science we don’t always come off as being natural so our listeners might feel as if something is wrong. You should always try to use body language that makes you feel comfortable. Try to avoid showing non-verbal signs of nervousness such as crossing your arms or messing with your hands in front of you so that your audience won’t sense your uneasiness and will be less open to your message. When an audience is aggressively listening to the speaker, and a speaker is aggressively listening to the audience they can turn a speech into an event.
An audience who really has a yearning to hear what is being said and to learn what the speaker’s message is will certainly provide positive feedback to the speaker. If you are receiving good eye contact and head movements from your audience then this will