Public Speaking And Presentation Secrets
A study was conducted among adults to research what was their greatest fear and the fear of public speaking rated higher than the fear of death. This is irrational and doesn't make any sense. Being more afraid of public speaking than death is a direct result of learning to fear something that does not need to be feared. Fear can be characterized by the acronym F.E.A.R. meaning False Evidence Appearing Real. When people realize that public speaking is simply a process and not a life or death event, the false evidence disappears and with it goes the fear. With the fear gone, people can be their naturally confident selves.
Let's begin now to blow out those negative emotions. A great place to begin to interrupt and banish those useless thought processes is to consider the language you use to describe them. Let's say you've feared public speaking. How do you describe this to yourself If you say, 'I have a fear of speaking in public,' you are, in a sense, taking possession of something that is just a mental process What if you were to describe what is really happening and say, 'When I think about a certain context, I run a process in my mind which I have labeled as 'fear'.' How much does that change things for you How much better do you feel, knowing that what you previously described as 'a fear of public Now, after taking control of these processes, put a good emotion in place of the negative emotion. I have absolute confidence in public speaking. Try that out. The negative processes do not serve you. If you catch yourself running one of these negative processes, interrupt it Inside your mind, go...
Allow ourselves to feel the ANXIETY and then THINK about it. Feelings CAN'T hurt us or cause us more LOSS, only real things can. What if I was afraid of public speaking, lacked confidence in it and feared a LOSS of respect from my audience because I am not so good at it
By the same token, creating magic will improve your general problem solving ability. You will find yourself looking at problems in different ways. You will attack than with a greater variety of solutions and these solutions will be better thought through than the ones you might otherwise have offered. Where one or two ideas might appear to others, you'll be able to offer several. Then you'll be able to decide which one is the best of the ones that have been offered.It's similar to everything else. Someone who does a lot of public speaking, tends to become good at it. Someone who spends a lot of time solving problems and being creative, also tends to become good at it.
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When I was starting out in public speaking, I had no experience at all and since I needed to rapidly gain experience to be credible, I went back into my past and created an entire series of memories. Even though I consciously knew they were false memories, they were so vividly imagined that my unconscious mind knew no difference and consequently allowed me to behave as if I had been speaking a lot. I imagined that I had an entire history of making wonderful speeches, motivating audiences, and receiving standing ovations for my abilities. To go one step further, I imagined people taking my message to heart, acting on it, and transforming their lives. By creating all of these memories, by the time I got up to actually speak for the first time it was delightfully simple and I radiated confidence from the beginning. Anyone can use these techniques to better themselves. It's just a matter of knowing the techniques and applying them to your life.
Public speaking is a perfect example for this. Excellent speakers set an outcome to motivate people, practice their material well, and then get up there and go for it. They pay attention to how the audience is reacting and adjust accordingly. This is what makes their speeches so powerful. They care if their message is getting through to the audience. Speakers who are less experienced and shyer have split their attention between their internal dialogue and between the audience. They are doing their best to deliver the speech at the same time they hear, I am not confident. Is my zipper unzipped Are there staring at me for some other reason than why I'm speaking Do I have food caught in my teeth How long until this is over This divided attention deprives the audience of what could be a great speech. Instead, the audience suffers through a mediocre speech where the speaker is too blind to watch the feedback the audience is giving because the speaker's internal dialogue gets the higher...
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However, despite this, most people fear public speaking more than death, and would rather stand in a corner quietly drinking than interact with others at a party. And when asked, they will almost always respond I'm afraid of failure, or I'm afraid of rejection. But no matter how they respond, they will always blame it on one thing
As you recall from earlier in the book, beliefs come in two different forms causality and meaning. The causality form of belief is X causes Y or Y happens because of X . The meaning form of beliefs is X is Y or X means Y . Understanding how beliefs are structured means we can consciously choose those beliefs that are most empowering to us. For example, if someone believes public speaking means it's time to be fearful and lack confidence, then obviously that person's behavior will manifest what they believe as they consequently get nervous before making a speech. It's necessary to understand how beliefs are formed for use in this next technique.
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Public Speaking For Beginners
Speaking in front of people, large crowds in particular, is usually perceived as the most stressful experience imaginable. The following ideas in this course are designed to help you, or anyone for that matter, convey your ideas and messages to either one person, or a large group in just about any setting.