1. How to behave in front of camera

Position: Position in front of camera right. Ideally, you want the camera to be straight on or slightly above you, pointing downward for the most flattering angle. If the camera is angled up at you, you’ll show off your nose hair and a lot of chin.

Lighting: For Meeting lighting is condemnatory. If you can, sit facing a big screen in you device. Try to use natural light for better view, Natural light is almost always better than artificial light. Non natural light comes in a lot of different color shades that aren’t noticeable to your eye, but look skew on camera. Make sure the light source is in front of you, not behind you.

Background: I love looking in people's houses. Your natural environment says a lot about who you are. This may be your co-operative first time seeing you outside the office. Be mindful of what is in your background.Realise, can your position yourself infront of natural background, busy patterns and blank wall.

  • Try to avoid noisy environment.
  • Avoid people walking behind you.
  • Try to avoid heavy air flow
2. How to explain a technical stuff

Try to start explain your idea from basic. Try to think s/he don't know everything. When you know about your opposition about that you can share you knowledge one step up. However, our assumption is not always accurate, especially when it comes to technical topics. Assuming your audience knows too much can lead to frustration on both sides and impede important decisions from being made.

  • Try to think s/he don't know everything about the subject matter
  • Don't us too much technical word
  • Try to be explain in a simple way
3. How to explain your experience

Before give suggestion you have must know about it. If someone is asking for your advice, sometimes it’s useful to imagine yourself being in that person’s position. This is a good way to explain your advice, too. Sometimes, you need to make your advice stronger to let the listener know that it’s really important. We can use the expression ‘you had better…’ to do this.