Hi bradley hardison president of champion strategies with our ongoing series of public speaking and we’re just going to get right to it and unpack it.
Uh we’re on part two of overcoming nervousness uh properly.
Getting yourself in a mental state also helps you like athletes preparing for a big game.
You need to keep yourself as positive in yourself, so that means getting away from people.
That means maybe going somewhere for a walk or jog it’s up to you, but you need to find a way where you can prepare the most effectively now think about similar experiences that you’ve already had in your past.
Have you responded to similar situations? The same way? No, whenever they came up, you found a way to overcome the nervousness and the anxiety that comes with it.
In so many cases, the anticipation of an event is the most emotional charge, part of it, the athlete they agonize, because they want to start to go a certain way, and it should be the same way for you.
If you did your preparation, if you did everything right you’re looking for this time, if you miss some steps, well, you already know what it’s going to be.
Your audience is not going to be full.
You have already done most of your work.
Actual delivering of the presentation of the content is no more than the final ten percent.
Once you are in the zone, momentum will take it to the end now.
Anyone who claims not to have nerves the first time they spoken in public is lying.
It is sometime that is very hard to do because of physical, because of something mental that you knew when you were growing up.
It’s something simple as uh breathing um.
You cannot get your breath right with that, but you’ll find the way to relax, and once you find the way to relax, you’ll be in a better mood when it’s time to speak a speaker who fumbles around with materials and gives a good bad oppression or entrance.
Like he hasn’t prepared, he hasn’t been organized audiences.
Remember that and they’ll remember you for that.
One of the most famous strategies to deal with besides nerves, are how you’re going to do the nerves.
The small talk when you’re meeting with the people before they go on many times.
You need that time to prepare and you don’t want to be.
You know upsetting to the people that brought you there, but whatever it takes for you to be prepared, everything else goes through the worst side.
The most important thing to remember.
In order to deliver your most confident presentation.
As that you can have an awareness of your surroundings.
If you move around bear in mind that positions and things that are in the room, if you walk into something pass, something brief jokely about what you just had and keep moving on, it means practice.
That’s all we’re saying folks the people who put in the time it makes it look flawless for the ones who are scurrying at the last minute.
It doesn’t feel that good, so just be prepared by being confident.
How do you do that by practicing? If you do some of the other smaller things that we’re talking about, you won’t be phased by it so once again, brandon artisan for champion strategies, workbox uh for public speaking, and i hope you got something out of it.
If so, that’s great we’ll be next time here and as always in parting, .