Daily Dose of Living

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In today’s post we will continue to learn about how to confidently speak in public. Butterflies in your stomach? Make them fly in formation. In order to make the butterflies fly in formation, you need to reframe your experience. Instead of telling yourself how nervous you are, say to yourself, ‘I’m gearing up for the presentation. If you are presenting in front of some people, here’s what you can do :

  • Exercise 1: Let your arms hand by your side. Now breath in deeply and simultaneously raise your arms until your palms touch above your head. Then turn your hands back to back and slowly bring them down to your side, exhaling slowly at the same time. Repeat until your pulse rate has calmed down.
  • Exercise 2: Very slowly bring your dominant hand up and lay it gently and kindly upon your heart region. Then breathe softly in and out.

As the day of your presentation draws closer, you’ll notice a rise in tension. That’s good! It’s the way our mind and body readies for such an occasion. It’s important to explain this to yourself in a way that’s helpful. Whenever you notice the mounting tension say to yourself, ‘Good! I am readying myself’.

Read about some rehearsal techniques here > https://empress2inspire.blog/2021/02/11/daily-dose-of-living-42/

On the day of the presentation, the nervous tension will be more pronounced. As the hour of the performance draws closer, you may experience trembling knees, ‘butterflies’ in the stomach, and overall tension. This is the result of increased adrenaline production and a subsequent heightened pulse rate.

An adrenaline boost may feel difficult to cope with, but it’s actually necessary for top performance! Adrenaline helps you to reach beyond your normal capabilities.

Hope this helped. Come back tomorrow to learn how to shine on the stage.

9 Comments Add yours

  1. jhelai says:

    I always have this stage fright. 🥺 thank you I will try this

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    1. GS says:

      Sure Jhelai. Hope this helps.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for the reblog

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Have a great day!!
        xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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  2. thrivingjeff says:

    I never have had stage fright, but these are great tips.

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    1. GS says:

      Stage fright and performance anxiety are perfectly normal phenomenons that occur in most people (to some varying degree). It can manifest as anxious jitters before a big performance, or, for some people, it can be so debilitating that it actually prevents you from public speaking, performing, presenting, and so on.

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  3. Well…we only feel adrenaline when we are excited or angry so it’s not there all the time

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