Body language is extremely important, especially when you are giving a speech. It's particularly good to move around when you talk, but when should you move?
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State Of the Art Presentations (SOAP) suggests associating points with positions.
To bring movement to your speech, use the physical space you have available and walk it. For example, if you're presenting three points, talk about a Point A when you're at your first position; then move out 2 or 3 steps and talk about Point B. This way, a movement that includes space will accompany your speech.
We've told you what not to do with your body when giving a presentation, but SOAP has some powerful body language tips which they have turned into an infographic that you can check out at the link below.
10 Powerful Body Language Tips for your next Presentation [Slideshare via The Daily Muse]