When you’re speaking in public, your primary physical objective is to appear comfortable and confident on stage. Many coaches specializing in presentation training will give you very specific tips on how to use body language to your advantage, but the primary tip is to do whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident. Observe yourself when you’re not on stage. When you talk with friends, do you move your hands a lot? Then you should probably do the same when you’re on stage. If you try to stifle your hand movements, you’ll simply feel awkward. Learn more in the video.