Whether you’re facing your first presentation opportunity or your 50th, chances are you are experiencing some level of apprehension. Even professional speakers who have been at it for many years (yours truly included!) must manage their nerves leading up to the event.
Fear of public speaking is a normal response that’s hard-wired into the human brain. That doesn’t mean you need to allow sweaty palms, a shaky voice and fluttering pulse rob you of the chance to accomplish your goals for your presentation.
Read on to learn about A.R.M. (Acknowledge, Reframe and Manage), my proven three-step process for dealing with pre-show jitters. Whatever your level of experience with public speaking, following these steps will help you minimize nerves and project confidence…[READ MORE]