How to master public speaking
Confidence can be learned. Don't compare yourself to others. Everyone starts somewhere; you just need to gain experience and get comfortable. <3
Prepare in time. To reduce stress and anxiety, start learning, researching, and practising early!
Note cards. Make yourself note cards to help you stay structured and focused. Use bullet points instead of full sentences to make your speech more fluent and natural.
Properly research your topic. Questions are only scary if you don't know the answers; try learning as much about it as possible!
Practice your speaking, present your subject to a friend or family member who knows nothing about the topic, and let them ask questions, so you know where to improve.
Have a friend sitting in the back of the room; focus on them when nervous and tell them to signal to you when you have to speak louder. Like a small hand sign!
Posture. Stand up straight, don't hide your hands.
Ask for advice. Look for someone who you can learn from, annoy them with your questions, ask them to proofread your work and ask for guidance.
Don't chew gum. Obviously.
Mindset. Everyone is feeling the same way, people want to listen to you, people want to help you, you can do this. Positive affirmations!! <3
Once you get in the flow, it will get easier. Going to the front and having everyone looking at you can be scary, but once you start speaking, it will immediately get better!
Calming down. Try not to overthink it.
Eye contact. look around while speaking, if you can't look people in the eyes, try looking at people's hair. Fake it until you make it.
Use your hands to be more engaging! Don't stiffen up, you can also walk around the room to seem more relaxed.
If it's a PowerPoint, add pictures to make people pay attention. It will also get the attention of you if that is something that makes you nervous!
Speak formally, don't use curse or slang words.
Prepare for potential questions. You can also plan questions with your friends that they can ask you! teamwork, haha.
It will be over before you know.
Getting used to presenting your work takes time, with every time you do it, it will get a little bit easier. I promise. <3
As always, Please feel free to add more suggestions in the comments!
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when do i drink tea? sometimes in the morning, but i usually drink it after lunch and dinner.
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