Ask yourself this question, “What’s my biggest fear when it comes to public speaking”?
Determining your fears will help you decide which public speaking tips you need to work on the most. For most people, it’s the fear of embarrassing themselves in front of a crowd or finding out they really have nothing to say or no way to connect with others. These are limiting beliefs based on a combination of factors including past results, your environment and lack of knowledge.
When you get too hung up on these fears, you become incapable of delivering an incredible presentation. Instead of thinking of what could go wrong, start thinking about all the things that can go right. What would it be like if you could not fail? Step into (associate yourself in the picture) that mindset and how to speak in public will suddenly become much easier. When you step in front of a crowd, channel that persona who is confident, knowledgeable and truly cannot fail.
Not only will this help you learn how to improve public speaking, but it can also increase your confidence in many other areas of life.
With love and respect,