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Feeling like fainting, staggering all over the place, and suffering from sweaty palms? Well, that's anxiety overpow...
Feeling like fainting, staggering all over the place, and suffering from sweaty palms? Well, that's anxiety overpowering you when you’re speaking in front of large audiences. This fear comes from a sense of being judged on the opinions we have to offer, and for the way we function in society. So, let's see how we can overcome this anxiety with the following tips.
It's vital that you choose a topic you're really interested in, and words you absolutely believe in. After you do, practice your speech, either in front of friends or a mirror.
If you have the chance, arrive early, walk around and feel your “spotlight.” If not, use your imagination. Think about how confidently you're walking around the room and smiling at people.
If you're feeling too anxious, it's best not to look straight at the audience. It's very probable that the people won't even notice your nervousness, but if it soothes you to not look, don't.
Proper breathing will help you maintain a calm voice and relaxed posture. The right way to do this is to breathe deeply, from your belly. Breathe in, hold your breath for a few moments, and then exhale.
Don't expect too much of yourself. You're not perfect, and no one is. If you amplify your flaws but don’t see your greatness, you'll always feel anxious and insecure.
It's bad practice to memorize your speech word for word, or to read your script as it is. Bluntly reading or speaking tunes people out and doesn't benefit you in overcoming your fear.
Even Very Experienced Speakers Face Anxiety. Not only will these tips help you in overcoming the stresses of public speaking, but they will also increase your chances of career advancement. So, be and feel fabulous, and most importantly, just be yourself as you are.