It’s Not About You – Overcome Fear Of Public Speaking

Saturday night, Long Beach punk rock back The Steal Kids performed at Ferns. Watching the lead singer, Natasha Paz, you could learn a lot about stage presence and rocking the platform.

Another thing you must remember if you want to figure out a way on how to overcome fear of presentation training is that you don’t have to be perfect nor brilliant in order for him to succeed in doing so.

Here, the face value meaning of the words is different to the intended meaning. An example is the phrase “as pleasant and relaxed as a coiled rattlesnake” used by Kurt Vonnegut in one of his books.

If the owner of the third website had answered the phone instead of having the call go over to voicemail, then that person would have had a tremendous advantage over the other two companies. In fact, if the person replies to the voicemail right away, that owner still has an advantage.

Let’s just say such as, Jessica dreads speaking to people. She is socially awkward and tries getting to her cubical without actually making contact with co-workers. She feels lucky to even be employed, because of her Glossophobia or anxiety of public speakings. Her boss knows how socially awkward she is, but has no choice but to place her in the spotlight due to a scheduling issue. Jessica has just been told that she will be speaking on behalf of the firm at the annual banquet that will be held next week. With her stomach in knots, her hands begin to shake so uncontrollably that she can’t even type. She tells her boss that she isn’t feeling well and decides to take a sick time for the rest of the day. This is a classic case of anxiety of public speakings.

Don’t forget that you need to share your video wherever you can. Send it to loved ones. Blog about your videos on your website. You can use the regular mail or email to let your current customers know about it. Put it on your social media, too. Spread the word far and wide!

After your introduction and you walk out on to the stage take a moment to be still. Just stand there, see your audience, take a deep breath and begin speaking. If you have prepared properly and practiced, practiced, practiced your nervousness will disappear and you will give a great speech.