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Gary Genard

Fearless Speaking: Beat Your Anxiety, Build Your Confidence, Change Your Life

Henrik Samsøe-Jensenhas quotedlast month
When you speak to people (who almost always want to be in the audience), your job is to connect with them and give them something of value. Your task isn’t to be slick, charismatic, or a stand-up comic. So concern yourself instead with being honest and trustworthy. And if you happen to give a lackluster presentation, so what? Failure can be the best of teachers, since you’ll want to do that much better the next time.
Henrik Samsøe-Jensenhas quotedlast month
if people do see you’re nervous, they’ll most likely have the normal reaction, which is to sympathize with you. Since audience members feel good when you’re succeeding and embarrassed when you’re failing, they’re actually on your side and want you to do well.
Henrik Samsøe-Jensenhas quotedlast month
There is no reliable link between feeling anxious and giving a bad performance.
Henrik Samsøe-Jensenhas quotedlast month
a diamond is formed by pressure, and only afterwards is it polished.
a.yhas quoted3 months ago
nervous and 2. Liars
Hyacinth Dhe Barishas quoted6 months ago
EVELOPING A POSITIVE MINDSET
Hyacinth Dhe Barishas quoted6 months ago
YOUR PERFORMANCE DOESN’T CHANGE WHO YOU ARE AS A PERSON.
Hyacinth Dhe Barishas quoted6 months ago
NERVOUSNESS IS NORMAL, BUT FEAR MAKES YOU IRRATIONAL
Hyacinth Dhe Barishas quoted6 months ago
ERVOUSNESS IS NORMAL, BUT FEAR MAKES YOU IRRATIONAL
Hyacinth Dhe Barishas quoted6 months ago
fear of public speaking nearly always produces a predictable physical reaction.
Hyacinth Dhe Barishas quoted6 months ago
exercises are designed to change thinking patterns (a process known as "cognitive restructuring").
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