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  1. The usual self-control, a couple of lessons on yourself only with your own help, and now the speech will seem like an ordinary debate, self-esteem will overwhelm and form itself.

  2. “Nerves” arise from the fact that our ideas about the upcoming speech differ from reality. We tend to mentally cling to our ideas about how things should be, to our own point of view. This is what makes the situation so nervous for us.

    The best solution is to accept the situation as it is, think about it in a “come what may” way, and not worry. This is the case if you are worried during a speech, or five minutes before it. If you are worried long before it, then you should carefully prepare, if not learn by heart, then at least break it down into theses. Carefully work out each item, the idea “I'll come up with something during the speech” should be rejected immediately, even experienced speakers do not allow themselves to do this.

    And about the audience, it usually initially refers to the speakers without any negativity, nerves will not lead to anything good.

  3. There is an incredibly interesting book by Ron Hoff on this subject called “I see you naked or How to perform in public”

    It says that it is impossible to cope with nerves, this is normal. Cute in some cases. The main thing is not to perceive performances as being torn to pieces by wild animals, but to treat the audience in a friendly way. You need to be really interested in what you're talking about. This is very noticeable.

  4. The problem of fear in public speaking is very common.

    It is difficult to cope with it for one simple reason-people do not want to drip in themselves.

    Fear and nerves during public appearances always appear because of something: what people will think of me, my appearance is not the same, my voice is not the same, suddenly I look funny, … someone has childish problems pop up. Someone was ill-prepared.

    The first step is to find the cause of fear. The cause of nerves and feelings. And only then start fighting this case.

    If you can't do it yourself, therapy will always help.

  5. There is one good acting method for performing on stage: before going out, spread your legs wider, strongly strain your whole body, clench your fists until it hurts, and then, bringing the tension to a climax, unclench your fingers and you go out to the audience just on wobbly legs. Slight excitement remains, but the jitters and panic subside

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