Obstacles That Stop Many People from Presenting Public and How to Overcome Them
I would focus on two areas: learning to write and learning to speak in front of an audience.
Nothing in life is more important than the ability to speak effectively.
The first proven ability to put head and shoulders above the competition,
however, is often overlooked, according to a female speaker, My experience with being able to speak well in public is probably the most powerful thing you can learn to do that gives you the letters If I could do that, I could do anything.
If you have ever marveled at the masterminds of the masterpiece, the ingenuity of word painting, the confidence, and the love that come with it, you might agree with the above statement.
So why when it comes to attending training courses.
presentation skills are not the first automatic call port? Could it be that it is related to statistics that are often quoted (perhaps poorly quoted) that public speaking is more feared than death? Let’s not get into the test of how ridiculous it would be if it were true. After all, how many of you really would trade for a boy in a box when you were asked to speak at a funeral?
There is no doubt that public speaking can make old palms sweat, but considering the benefits, you will get if you know you can do it right, it should not really stop you. Let’s take a look at the causes of the nerves to put your fears to rest and get this most important of skills added to your arsenal of talents, right?
First, examine why you are nervous.
There is always a reason for the nerves so check what are the reasons so you can deal with the cause and go the long way to end this symptom. Note that I say go a long way to finishing, there is a good chance you will always feel nervous which is where you have to remember that the nerves are your friends because they keep your nerves sharp and show that you want to do well.
Even the veteran actors were terrified of the stage, some were no longer able to sing. Fortunately, thinking is often worse than work. Once you start, you will usually find that your fears will go away. I liken it to knowing that you are about to face the Hyde Park Corner of London or the Paris Arc de Triomphe in the rush hour. Thinking about it is really annoying but when you are in the middle of it, you are so busy focusing on not hitting anyone that after thinking Oh, I made it one episode.
Some of the most common reasons I have found for people with neurological disorders are:
1-Focus to forget what to say
2-Concernment that the audience will think you are a cheater
3-We worry about saying the wrong thing and annoying someone
4-The worry that someone will ask a question you do not know the answer to
5-Concernment about having a dry mouth or tongue
6-Concernment that you will finish sooner or run longer
Some of the strange things I have heard are: I am worried if there is a fire alarm during my speech and I am worried that the hem of the pants will loosen in front of everyone while I am speaking.
I can dismiss all of these as absurd or unethical and tell you that none of them will ever happen, but the fact is that they will often happen. (Yes, even the hem of the pants things happen to me!). Looking down on the list, you can see that there are many things you can do to prevent these situations from happening: prepare well, state your qualifications in your introduction, know your subject internally and externally, set several times during practice, and so on. (sorry, I don’t have a magic bean to turn off fire alarms during speeches).
But what if any of them are still true? What could be worse? Well, it’s not life or death, you know. You need to learn to keep your fears in check. And remember, the audience wants you to succeed. No one enjoys bad language.
Do all you can to prepare yourself and not let the fear of speaking prevent you from acquiring the most respected skills in all, which will have an impact on every area of your personal and business life. Give yourself a better chance of success and you will reap great rewards.