We’ve all heard the old adage to view an audience in their underwear if you’re slated to perform in front of a crowd, but did you know that public speaking is the #2 most common fear? It sits firm...
ly in the #2 position, after flying, and before heights. www.topmanagementdegrees.com has created an infographic entitled “Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking”, outlining the fear of public speaking, and some tips and tricks you can enlist to help you get through your next speaking engagement.
The extreme fear of public speaking is known as glossophobia, stemming from the Latin word for tongue, “glossa”. Glossophobia sufferers may experience a dry mouth, weak voice, body shaking, sweating, hearing problems, and much more.
When it comes to getting over your fear of public speaking, there are ways to help manage the butterflies. In order to best prepare yourself to speak, you must first get familiar with your topic. Get organized, so you’re not caught unprepared on stage -- visualize and practice.
This infographic has tons of other great ways to make every speech your best.
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