A question I get asked a lot is Do you really love public speaking Don’t you get nervous

Glorying Brad and Hardison for another edition of public speaking tips for those folks that are new.

Yesterday we talked about the teachers, your important job, that is coming up in this semester or maybe you’re a new manager, maybe you’re someone who wanted to get in front of people, because you don’t want your time and then the virus kicked in or maybe you just Wanted some knowledge, like I keep saying, there’s all kinds of great institutions where you can get this: you have to pay for it, but you will become a lot better at what you do and then there are those people.
Why should I pay I’m a good disciplined person? Let me just want some videos and see what I can do so for anyone that’s out there doing, that, hey just keep practicing and you’re doing well.
So let’s get right to a nun packet today.

We’re talking about.
Does public speaking make you feel physically sick? This is a question I get.
Has a lot.

Do you really love public speaking, but I just get nervous.
Do you ever get sick and yeah happens to a lot of folks in any any general where you’re going to get in front of people, whether you’re a poet whether your decision, whether huard dancer, whether you’re performing arts, it’s going to happen, whether you’re an athlete, nothing Wrong with getting nervous, but here’s the thing that overcomes all of that prepare if you live into any one of the videos that I have out always talking about preparation preparation is the number one cure to anything that you’re trying to do in life, especially if it’s Competitive, do your homework, make sure you make sense and that you are a hundred percent, confident that’s what it takes being in front of people and if you can do that, you can overtake some of this physical sickness.
Another thing: don’t, I repeat, don’t write out your speak word-for-word unless you have a photographic memory? Well, what why would you do that if you ever get twisted if something happens to the teleprompter, if something happens to your index cards, your notes and they get out of sequence, you drop them and pick them back up.

Oh the game is over.
This makes your talk sound, like you really don’t know what you’re doing and now you’re really nervous and you’re struggling and think about the audience.

They feel so bad for you because they can’t get in there they’re just waiting to see how you’re gon na dig yourself out of this, and especially, if you’re, using some other tools like PowerPoint or videos, to try to help get your content across your message across.

So please do not write out everything word-for-word.

Another thing I would advise you is give yourself permission to read now.
What do we mean by that? Give yourself permission to read: here’s the thing when you greet the audience and thank all the people that brought you there, because they came to see you and you start with that in mind that humbleness boy, no one wants to miss out on this, because the setup Was good, you found out exactly how to do this now, if you need to know more tune into a video where there is a debate turn into a video where there’s a mock trial that they do on high school in colleges turn into any type of person.

That’s running for a local office when we become to the state.
If we get to the federal level, sometimes they lose some of that or they go through it.
So fast, you lose the content, but look at the Yonkers and see how they address the audience before they start to read.

They in a sense asks for permission after they acknowledge everyone who gave them an opportunity to be there and always be ready for the Q & A session.
I know it’s gon na be tough.
They may bring up some things to you that have nothing to do.

What you spoke about, but Q & A, is something that you’re going to have to address and if you happen to present something that gives them less to talk about, but the content that you’re on then you’re gon na be alright.
In other words, try to realize when you do something, that’s kind of political.
You do something.

That’s gon na touch someone’s nerves on a religious matter.

You do something where it brings up some type of critical thinking.
As far as history goes, you’ll be expecting a Q & A that, you may not be ready for and then I would say, reflections once you finish with your speech.

Do I sit back and reflect on what I could have done better? What do I need to improve next time because we all want to improve that’s what practice is about practice makes improvement and that’s where the confidence will come.
It will get easier and easier and easier down the road to do these types of speeches.
So, are you nervous? Yes, can you get physical SiC starting out? Yes, I’m not gon na disagree with all of that.

But what is the one thing that overcomes all practice practice and when you think you got it practice once more, once again, Brad and Hardison president of champion strategies with a little bit of public speaking tips for today and as always in parting, going out and making A champion .

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