SPEAK WITH NO FEAR - Go from a nervous, nauseated, and sweaty speaker to an excited, energized, and passionate presenter

SPEAK WITH NO FEAR
Go From a Nervous, Nauseated, and Sweaty Speaker to an Excited, Energized, and Passionate Presenter
STRATEGY #1 – UNCOVER & CLEAN THE WOUND
STRATEGY #2 – IMAGINE THE WORST
STRATEGY #3 – YOU BE YOU, GROW INTO YOU
STRATEGY #4 – SPEAK TO ONE
STRATEGY #5 – IT'S NOT ABOUT YOU
STRATEGY #6 – CHANNEL THE POWER
STRATEGY #7 – BE IN THE MOMENT
Don't try and cover your public speaking fears with band-aids. It won't work. Instead, uncover and then clean your wound. Figure out why you're nervous and deal with it.
Imagine that everything goes wrong in your upcoming speech and it's an utter disaster. Figure out how you will deal with your emotions in advance and control the situation.
Accept that you're going to deliver your speech in a way which aligns with your personality and get comfortable with that. Use that trait as an integral part of your speech.
Remind yourself that a crowd is really just a large number of individuals. If possible, meet some of them, and then when you go on stage, talk to those few you know.
The people in the crowd are less concerned about you than you may realize. Even when you're speaking, they're not thinking about you so relax. Serve them without being worried.
Don't try and get rid of all nervousness when you speak. Instead, channel your stress and nervousness into obsessing over creating a positive outcome. That's a worthwhileaim.
Enjoy any and all public speaking opportunities you get. Be in the moment rather than worrying about what went wrong in your buildup. Have fun and you'll ace it.
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