How to develop a speaker and stop being afraid of the public

Often in our lives there is a situation when you need to make a presentation, presentation to the audience. It seems that you are preparing for this crucial moment, you cram the text, cast slides a hundred times, and going out to the audience, you understand that you can not connect two words, but the only desire is to escape. So, how to overcome the fear of public speaking and develop a great orator?

Overcome your fear

Of course, the phrase that it is fear that prevents a successful performance is a capital truth. But everyone is afraid of fear, even world stars, speaking to thousands of people. The thing is, it follows the fear. The desire to put on an invisible cap or prove to myself that I can overcome my emotions. A small share of fear allows our body to produce adrenaline, which activates the body's mental capabilities, which means that we begin to express our thoughts and speak better. So a little bit of fear, it's even useful. But if the fear still does not want to shrink to the right amount, then it will have to be fought with.

Put your speech

It is desirable that the preparation for the presentation was attended by acquaintances, representing the future audience. Let them ask uncomfortable questions, try to catch you up on subtle points. Once you have a real situation, you will know exactly what to answer.

Rehearse situations that pose the greatest danger for you. The forgotten text, the slide is not from that presentation, rehearse these moments and decide for yourself, what for you means a failure-a reprimand from the authorities, an insult to yourself?

Analyze your fear closer, it will not be so terrible. Who did not get angry bosses, who did not make a difference in life?

Make your own rivershare

Boring, not interesting, monotonous text - this is the first step to failure. The audience, which ceases to listen, begins to undermine and the speaker's self-confidence.

To avoid this it is necessary:

Write the right speech

Emotions do not help, if originally based on a boring text.

The text should be broken up parts:

All parts must be logically connected to each other and flow out one from the other almost imperceptibly.

If the topic of your report does not pretend to be an exciting story, then dilute it with appropriate jokes, aphorisms. Complex points explain in simple language, give comparisons, you can use for this metaphor. Such comparisons are better retained in memory.

Proposals must be short, not overloaded. Man easily perceives the fourth part of the information, so important thoughts repeat in different parts of the text.

Do not forget the provisional maintenance of information, which also attracts the interest of the audience.

And most importantly, the topic of the report should be interesting, first of all to you, and then this attitude will certainly be passed on to the audience.