Sweaty hands, shaky mouth, dry throat, is that you during presentations? There are actually no universal tactics to calm a person down before speech, but here are simple techniques that may be useful.
Take a few deep breaths and get a good look to your audience before the start of your presentations. Deep breaths help to calm you down. Looking at the public may get some of the people into panic, but this can send a confidence message to the audience on what are you going to say.
As in the first five seconds of your speech the audience has already made the first impression or concluding what they think of the speaker. So showing your confidence at first and have a good start is very important to presentations.
And if you make a mistake, don’t become nervous and panic. The audience wants you to make a good presentation. They will also become nervous and panic if you do so. Just skip your mistakes and moves out. Don’t ever point out your mistake to the audience.
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