One of the most asked questions about public speaking is how someone can go about overcoming public speaking anxiety?
Stage fright is a very real thing for the majority of us, so in this post I though I would do a round up of all the posts I have written around overcoming the fear of speaking.
Regardless how squeamish you are about doing a speech or presentation, the pointers in each of these posts, combined, should give a level of comfort that you don’t have right now. The posts are all based on my over 10 years experience working with all levels of trainees.
Without further ado, here they are!
Public Speaking Anxiety Treatment You Can Use Right Now
In this post, you’ll learn about a three step process you can follow to reframe public speaking and overcome your anxiety.
3 Tricks to Tame Your Anxiety Before and During a Presentation
This post is especially useful for you if you are having difficulty coming to terms with presentating “up”. In other words you have a speech or presentation to do which has an audience of superiors.
Public Speaking: Cure Your Anxiety in One Sentence
This post reveals the simple two part sentence that will help you to look at your audience in a different light and relieve the pressure of doing that speech.
3 Unconventional Ways to Deal With Presentation Anxiety
In this post you’ll find some practical actions you can take to stop worrying about that upcoming speech.
Using the tips and techniques in the above posts will help you relax, take action to plan your presentation, and help you to overcome your public speaking anxiety. It’s important to remember that even the most accomplished speakers feel some level of anxiety and nerves before going on stage, but they can harness these feeling of anxiety and turn them into excitement about speaking to their audiences. The above posts will also help you with this.
I’d love to know which tips help you most. Let me know in the comments below.