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8 steps to overcome your fear of public speaking

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Afraid of public speaking? Here's 8 steps to overcome your fear and speak with power.

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8 steps to overcome your fear of public speaking

  1. 1. STEPS TO OVERCOME YOUR FEAR 8 of public speaking
  2. 2. Make thyself a craftsman in speech, for thereby thou shalt gain the upper hand. – INSCRIPTION ON 3,000 YEAR OLD EGYPTIAN TOMB
  3. 3. REMEMBER The 3 objectives of any good speech are:
  4. 4. REMEMBER The 3 objectives of any good speech are: Make an impression. 1
  5. 5. REMEMBER The 3 objectives of any good speech are: Make an impression. Provide your audience with 2 or 3 takeaways. 1 2
  6. 6. REMEMBER The 3 objectives of any good speech are: Make an impression. Provide your audience with 2 or 3 takeaways. Enjoy yourself (so the audience can enjoy themselves too). 1 2 3
  7. 7. 1 FIND A TOPIC THAT “CLICKS” WITH THE AUDIENCE
  8. 8. 1 FIND A TOPIC THAT “CLICKS” WITH THE AUDIENCE ASK YOURSELF: Who’s in the audience? If you know who’s showing up, you can speak to their demographic.
  9. 9. 1 FIND A TOPIC THAT “CLICKS” WITH THE AUDIENCE ASK YOURSELF: Who’s in the audience? If you know who’s showing up, you can speak to their demographic. What am I passionate about? If you don’t care, neither will your audience. Choose something that excites you in order to excite others.
  10. 10. They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel. - MAYA ANGELOU 2 • FIND A TOPIC
  11. 11. 2 TELL A STORY
  12. 12. 2 TELL A STORY Stories resonate with audiences and are easier to remember.
  13. 13. LIKE ANY GOOD STORY, your speech must have an intro, a body, and a conclusion. 2 • TELL A STORY
  14. 14. LIKE ANY GOOD STORY, your speech must have an intro, a body, and a conclusion. INTRODUCTION Present the problem. 1 2 • TELL A STORY
  15. 15. LIKE ANY GOOD STORY, your speech must have an intro, a body, and a conclusion. INTRODUCTION Present the problem. BODY Show the conflict. 1 2 2 • TELL A STORY
  16. 16. LIKE ANY GOOD STORY, your speech must have an intro, a body, and a conclusion. INTRODUCTION Present the problem. BODY Show the conflict. CONCLUSION Offer a solution. 1 2 3 2 • TELL A STORY
  17. 17. 3 PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE
  18. 18. 3 PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE Repetition is the mother of skill. – ANTHONY ROBBINS
  19. 19. FOCUS ON YOUR DELIVERY 3 • PRACTICE
  20. 20. FOCUS ON YOUR DELIVERY Once you’re confident you can recite your key talking points from memory, either film yourself or watch yourself in the mirror. 3 • PRACTICE
  21. 21. WATCH THE WAY YOU MOVE, AND LISTEN TO THE WAY YOU TALK. 3 • PRACTICE
  22. 22. WATCH THE WAY YOU MOVE, AND LISTEN TO THE WAY YOU TALK. If it appears robotic or strange, keep practicing until it looks natural. 3 • PRACTICE
  23. 23. WATCH THE WAY YOU MOVE, AND LISTEN TO THE WAY YOU TALK. Memorising your speech doesn’t mean reciting it word-for-word. Leave room for natural improvisation. TIP If it appears robotic or strange, keep practicing until it looks natural. 3 • PRACTICE
  24. 24. SLOOOOOW DOOOWN Don’t speak fast or run over your words. 3 • PRACTICE
  25. 25. SLOOOOOW DOOOWN Don’t speak fast or run over your words. The most precious things in speech are pauses. – RALPH WALDO EMERSON 3 • PRACTICE
  26. 26. USE GESTURES 3 • PRACTICE
  27. 27. USE GESTURES Be expressive with your hands and face, and move around occasionally to complement what you’re saying. 3 • PRACTICE
  28. 28. USE GESTURES Be expressive with your hands and face, and move around occasionally to complement what you’re saying. Try to avoid continuous pacing, or waving your hands around the whole time. It can be distracting. TIP 3 • PRACTICE
  29. 29. 4 CALM YOUR NERVES
  30. 30. 4 CALM YOUR NERVES Before you go on, find a place where you can be alone with your thoughts for a minute or two.
  31. 31. REMIND YOURSELF WHY YOU’RE THERE. 1 What’s the main lesson you want to teach your audience? 4 • CALM YOUR NERVES
  32. 32. REMIND YOURSELF WHY YOU’RE THERE. CLENCH YOUR FISTS FOR 3-5 SECONDS. 1 2 What’s the main lesson you want to teach your audience? This will relax your shoulders and jaw. 4 • CALM YOUR NERVES
  33. 33. REMIND YOURSELF WHY YOU’RE THERE. CLENCH YOUR FISTS FOR 3-5 SECONDS. BREATHE DEEPLY, 1 2 3 What’s the main lesson you want to teach your audience? This will relax your shoulders and jaw. inhaling slowly and exhaling completely. Repeat. 4 • CALM YOUR NERVES
  34. 34. 5 START STRONG
  35. 35. 5 START STRONG THE FIRST FEW MINUTES ARE CRUCIAL. Show the audience you’re confident, sincere, friendly and worthy of their attention.
  36. 36. START WITH A QUESTION, A FUNNY ANECDOTE, OR A SHOCKING FACT OR STATISTIC. 5 • START STRONG
  37. 37. START WITH A QUESTION, A FUNNY ANECDOTE, OR A SHOCKING FACT OR STATISTIC. This is how Steve Jobs started his speech at the 2005 Commencement Address at Stanford University: 5 • START STRONG
  38. 38. START WITH A QUESTION, A FUNNY ANECDOTE, OR A SHOCKING FACT OR STATISTIC. This is how Steve Jobs started his speech at the 2005 Commencement Address at Stanford University: Truth be told, I never graduated from college, and this is the closest I’ve ever gotten to a college graduation. 5 • START STRONG
  39. 39. 6 USE YOUR EYES
  40. 40. 6 USE YOUR EYES To truly connect with your audience, you need to look them in the eye.
  41. 41. TRY THIS APPROACH: 6 • USE YOUR EYES
  42. 42. TRY THIS APPROACH: Find 5 friendly faces in different areas of the audience. Then move your focus between them. 6 • USE YOUR EYES
  43. 43. AVOID THESE MISTAKES: TRY THIS APPROACH: Find 5 friendly faces in different areas of the audience. Then move your focus between them. 6 • USE YOUR EYES
  44. 44. AVOID THESE MISTAKES: TRY THIS APPROACH: Find 5 friendly faces in different areas of the audience. Then move your focus between them. • Looking across the room. • Focusing on the back row. • Looking above people’s eyes. • Locking on to just one person. 6 • USE YOUR EYES
  45. 45. GIVE YOUR AUDIENCE THE SENSE YOU’RE TALKING TO ALL OF THEM 6 • USE YOUR EYES
  46. 46. GIVE YOUR AUDIENCE THE SENSE YOU’RE TALKING TO ALL OF THEM Look left, then right, then center, then back and front. 6 • USE YOUR EYES
  47. 47. GIVE YOUR AUDIENCE THE SENSE YOU’RE TALKING TO ALL OF THEM Look left, then right, then center, then back and front. After you finish expressing an idea or thought, shift your focus to the next person. TIP 6 • USE YOUR EYES
  48. 48. 7 END WITH A BANG
  49. 49. Starting strong is good. Finishing strong is epic. – ROBIN SHARMA 7 END WITH A BANG
  50. 50. MAKE YOUR AUDIENCE FEEL THAT YOU’RE LEADING UP TO SOMETHING SPECTACULAR 7 • END WITH A BANG
  51. 51. MAKE YOUR AUDIENCE FEEL THAT YOU’RE LEADING UP TO SOMETHING SPECTACULAR Finish up with a rhetorical question, a quote, something funny, or a startling statement. 7 • END WITH A BANG
  52. 52. MAKE YOUR AUDIENCE FEEL THAT YOU’RE LEADING UP TO SOMETHING SPECTACULAR Finish up with a rhetorical question, a quote, something funny, or a startling statement. And finally, always end with a powerful call to action. 7 • END WITH A BANG
  53. 53. On the brink of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln closed his speech with: The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate for the stormy present and future. As our circumstances are anew, we must think anew and act anew. 7 • END WITH A BANG
  54. 54. 8 HOW DID YOU DO?
  55. 55. 8 HOW DID YOU DO? Review your performance and see what you can do better.
  56. 56. THEN, DO THE UNTHINKABLE 8 • HOW DID YOU DO?
  57. 57. THEN, DO THE UNTHINKABLE Speak in public again. 8 • HOW DID YOU DO?
  58. 58. THEN, DO THE UNTHINKABLE Speak in public again. Because the only way you will truly overcome your fear, is by facing it over and over. 8 • HOW DID YOU DO?
  59. 59. Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy. -DALE CARNEGIE 8 • HOW DID YOU DO?
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