Four Steps to Overcoming Your Fears of Public Speaking
There is a strange physiological response to public speaking
You probably don’t know many people who just love to get up in front of an audience and speak. The fear of public speaking, or “glossophobia,” is probably one of the most common phobias out there. As reported by Psycom, about 75 percent of us are fearful and anxious about speaking in public, and who can blame them?
There is a strange, yet almost universal, physiological response to public speaking. We get sweaty, anxious, nervous and sometimes sick to the point of vomiting. However, when it comes to sharing your business goals with others, public speaking is one of the most important skill sets.
I believe that everyone, with some patience and effort, can not only overcome their fear of public speaking, but learn to love it. After all, it’s an extremely important tool no matter what field you’re in. Based on my experience, here are my top four ways to get better at public speaking for business:
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