Your #1 Fear
Speaking in front of a group is feared more than death, illness, or poverty. It is the number one fear for most people.
That fear stems from a lack of self-confidence that started in childhood. It is linked closely with shyness. "Be Quiet." "Silence is golden." "It is best to be seen, not heard."
These are typical remarks from teachers and parents, which are carried on to adulthood.
Many of us fear speaking to a group for six reasons.
They are waiting for you HERE!
Out of 12 eye colors, which one is yours?
Discover what the color of your iris reveals about you.
1. DARK BROWN - lively, spirited, freewheeling, out going.
2. LIGHT BROWN - serious, self-sufficient, practical, steadfast
3. HAZEL - inner vitality, determined, vigorous, imaginative, adventurous, self streak, responsible, profound thinker
4. GREEN - unpredictable, aloof, self-sufficient, patient, creative, very happy
5. SEA GREEN/EMERALD - little patience, wild temper, unpredictable, envious, cunning
6. BLUE - high intelligence, sensitive, devoted to causes, makes friends easily, stamina, moody, bears grudges
7. DARK BLUE - affectionate, sensitive, makes friends easily, moody.
8. SKY BLUE - into noble lofty causes, unselfish, spiritual attainment.
9. LIGHT BLUE - active mind and lively disposition, uncertain, phobias.
10. BLACK - full of energy, inner vitality, impulsive, hot tempered, ready to face danger
11. VIOLET – high ideals, perfectionist, self-esteem, creative, charisma, and vanity
12. GRAY – obstinacy, courage, fickleness, conformist, calculating,
Your eyes show your outlook on life, your attitudes, and openness. They are a barometer of feelings and will show inner vitality.
The eyes cannot lie!
Are You Ready For Your
Here Are Some Great Tips!
1. Be persistent.
You cannot expect an overnight success in public speaking. If you want to become really good in it, you need to work hard for it, as well as spend time. Aside from that, you should also hone your skills by attending more trainings in public speaking. Moreover, you can also get it contact with an expert in the field, so that he can train you.
2. Become more passionate in your topic.
If you want the people in front of you to listen to what you have to say, then you should show them that you are very interested in it. Thus, you should take note of the sub-topics that you really love, of the subject you would talk about, so that you can give more emphasis to them, while speaking. By doing that, you can show your audience that you are one of the persons to refer to when it comes to the topics you are talking about.
3. Let your audience know that you are a real person.
Whenever you want to tell your audience examples or situations to illustrate what you are trying to explain better, don’t forget that your unfavorable experiences can also help. In doing this, you would let your audience see that you are indeed a real person. Aside from that, it can also help in making them see that you are sincere.
4. Grab your audience’s attention.
One of the best ways to grab the attention of your audience is to tell a funny story. Aside from that, you can also cite an anecdote or a quotation for it. You want to do this at the first part of your presentation, so that people would listen to you. Once you have their attention, you can expect them to listen to all the important things you have to say.
Grab your copy of "Public Speaking Made Easy" in the above menu "SpeakEasy"
What is Your #1 Fear?
You can overcome your fear of speaking! 80% of your anxieties never happen. Faith destroys fears and answers desires.
1. Build your confidence.
One of the keys to effective public speaking is to become more confident. You have to believe that you are good in what you do; and, in order to achieve that, you need to be prepared by properly researching about the topic you are going to talk about. Aside from that, better confidence can also come from more practice.
2. Look at yourself on the mirror.
If you want to improve your public speaking skills, then you should practice in front of the mirror. By doing this, you would be able to see how you look like while doing your stuff. With that, you can see whether you need to improve your stance, the way you open your mouth, the expression of your eyes, and such.
3. Listen to yourself.
Practicing public speaking can go a long way, as far as giving your audience a pleasant experience in listening and watching you in front. However, you should also listen to your voice. Practicing your speech countless times can help. But, it would be better if you can record your voice, and listen to it, so that you can really hear how your voice sounds to your audience.
4. Practice your memorization skills.
Sharpening your mind can help you with public speaking. This is because, in most cases, when you have to present something in front of an audience, you have prepared a script for it. Improving your memorization skills can be done by playing more mind games, or by simply reading books and trying to memorize a few paragraphs in it.
For More Tips & Help, slide up to the menu above; "SpeakEasy".
Speaking in front of a group is feared more than death, illness, or poverty.
It is the number one fear for most people. That fear stems from a lack of self-confidence that started in childhood.
How can you overcome the fear of speaking? Face the fear. Know your subject, analyze your audience, and practice, practice, practice. The anticipation of speaking is often more agonizing than the actual presentation. 80% of your anxieties never happen.
Fear results from too much thinking. We generate fear while we sit. We overcome fears by acting. Fear is nature's warning to get busy. Believing in yourself is another key.
Breathe. Take Deep breaths.
For More Help slide over to "SpeakEasy" in the above menu
-----Using Other People's Faces!
What you think about most of the time shows up on your face. So your face becomes a
road map of your mind. By knowing the personality behind the face, you can adjust your behavior and communications according to your partner's unique personality. This can also be used with children. They have the same personality traits you do.
For example: Notice the placement of the EYES.
EYES SET FAR APART are tolerant, patient, easy-going, friendly, procrastinates, far-sighted. Help them focus on what's in front of them. Help them stay on track and crack down the moment something gets out of hand.
EYES SET CLOSE TOGETHER are impatient, focused, closed minded, quick reactions.
Help them to see a greater perspective and not get irritated by a specific issue. When they are not in charge, they should mind their own business.
Their personality will predict their behavior in any given situation. You can use this information to benefit both of you. So if you know how to read faces you can approach your partner or anyone you meet, and immediately communicate with them successfully.
Face Reading (physiognomy) will literally change your outlook on life. Use this one tip and see how it affects your relationship!
Discover what your family and friends' faces reveal! HERE
You Hear, But Do You Listen?
Effective listening is a skill that underpins all positive human relationships.
Spend some time thinking about and developing your listening skills – they are the building blocks of success.
Good listening skills also have benefits in our personal lives, including:
A greater number of friends and social networks, improved self-esteem and confidence, higher grades at school and in academic work, and even better health and general well-being.
This Complete FREE Course is in the above menu. See ya There!