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“There are two types of speakers. Those who get nervous and those who are
liars.”
-Mark Twain




Did you know that according to the Wall Street Journal, public speaking is the
number one fear in America? The fear of death is ranked number two! That’s
right - we seem more afraid of public speaking than we are of physical demise,
heights, jumping out of a plane, or dreaded in-laws.



If you think about it, fear of public speaking is also a fear of death - an emotional

death. We feel naked and exposed in front of an audience. We think people are
going to scrutinize everything we say and do. We pressure ourselves to be
perfect, or else our self-worth suffers. We dread confronting the possibility of
rejection.


Now for the good news, most of us can reduce our anxiety of public speaking
and increase our confidence by avoiding a few poor habits, while incorporating
some helpful tips. The following is a list of six poor speaking habits to avoid,
followed by ten tips for presentation confidence and reducing nervousness.

Poor Public Speaking Habits to Avoid:

1. Don’t expect perfection from yourself.
None of us are perfect. We all know that. Yet when it comes to public speaking,
some of us tend to kick ourselves over every little perceived mistake we make.
We magnify our imperfections, while ignoring all that’s good and well. The truth
is, even the best, most experienced speakers make many mistakes. When they
do, they recover, keep going gracefully, and all is well. This is one of the keys to
public speaking success: to keep going gracefully. The audience will never know
most of your mistakes, unless you halt your speech, break down, and confess
them. Carry on with poise. Give yourself permission not to be perfect.

2. Avoid equating public speaking to your self-worth.
If you’re reading this article, you’re probably a successful professional who has
worked hard to get to where you are today. Public speaking is only a small part
of your overall professional ability. If you’re not confident at it, there are many
ways to help you improve. I’ve seen otherwise intelligent and capable
professionals shrivel up on stage, as if suddenly nothing about them is right.
Whether you’re good at public speaking or not has nothing to do with your value
as a person. It’s simply a skill that you can learn and become better at with
practice.

3. Avoid being nervous about your nervousness.
Singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen, legendary for his live concert
performances, once observed that if he felt completely relaxed before a show, he
wouldn’t perform as well as if he had felt nervous. Springsteen knows how to
channel his nervousness into excitement and power on stage.

Speakers who lack confidence often feel nervous, and then on top of that feel
anxious about the fact that they’re nervous, which compounds the anxiety.
That’s a lot of stress to bear.

Nervousness is our adrenaline flowing, that’s all. It’s a form of energy.
Successful speakers know how to make this energy work for them, and turn
nervousness into enthusiasm, engagement, and charisma. They have fun with it
(see confidence tips #8 and #10 below). It’s okay to be nervous. Make the
energy work for you.

4. Avoid trying to memorize every word.
Unless you’re reciting the Pledge of Allegiance or your marriage vows, there’s no
need to memorize every word of any speech. Attempting to do so will simply
increase stress, and cause greater nervousness if the sequence of the words
you’re trying to memorize goes amiss.

5. Avoid reading word for word.
Avoid reading your presentation word for word from a script. There’s a big
difference between reading and speaking. Dry reading disseminates information,
often at the risk of the audience tuning out. Speaking is creating an impact with
your content and personality, so that not only is your message understood, your
professional profile rises. People who read excessively from a script in the U.S.
effectively reduce their chances of upward advancement.

Source: www.nipreston.com



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