No one likes feeling fear. But feeling fear is absolutely normal. It’s even a positive thing because it shows that you care and you want to do well.
Keeping the attention is the most important task for every public speaker. Why? Because trying to be understood without attention would be like trying to fill up a bottle with the lid on.
We all know the importance of eye contact in communicating with others. But how can you look at a large audience and get the full attention with two eyes only?
When I was very young, my mom left on a business trip for a whole week. My father, who I usually didn’t see much of during the week, now left work early to pick me up from kindergarten every day. We had some very memorable evenings together me and my dad – he cooked me […]
90% of all people who need to appear before an audience complain about feeling nervous and the inability to overcome those emotions before going on stage. If we mapped this anxiety onto a graph, we’d see that it grows steadily from the minute you find out about the forthcoming event to its highest point a […]