Public speaking hypnosis will completely retrain your brain to be comfortable and confident (and only a little excited) when in front of an audience.
The most important tool a public speaker can acquire is to learn how to make a connection with their audience. Once you can do this successfully people are going to enjoy your speeches and return for more.
One of the best ways to create a connection with your audience is to speak from your heart. Don't just try to memorize your speech, talk with feelings and allow your emotions to rise to the surface. When people see you are passionate or upset by something they almost always immediately connect with you. They have probably experienced something similar that brings their own feelings to the surface.
Another way to set the tone of your speech is to pay attention to your opening. Very often you can capture your audience's attention by giving them a startling fact or announcement.
Using stories is another compelling way to interact with your audience. If you use this angle you want to use a story that is true to you, and one that identifies with the topic you are talking about. If you are talking about your own journey on how you got to where you are today, you will have lots of stories to share.
One other great tactic is actually making use of a tool and that is by using images or graphics. This could be in the form of a slide show, drawings on a white board or having a pin board full of photographs. This works really well if you allow your audience to come up on stage and view them before your speech. Plus it allows you to mingle and to introduce yourself at the same time.
Take all the above items into consideration and see if you can use one or more of them in your next speech. Whatever you do stay true to yourself, don't make up stories. If you don't have one to share, you could always use snippets from a friend's story.
The most powerful tool you have to connect with your audience is simply to use your voice and your body language. When you speak, speak with authority and confidence. Walk the stage and make eye contact with your audience and don't forget the power of visual aids.
If you have a profound fear of public speaking, an upcoming presentation can ruin your life for weeks. You can be happily going about your day when suddenly it pops into your mind and bam, the clenching in the stomach, the sweaty hands, the fast heart rate.
Every time this happens, your mind and body are preparing to produce an extreme anxiety reaction in the presentation itself. To your unconscious, what you are thinking about it something that is going to threaten your very survival. And so of course it's going to prepare you accordingly.
What your unconscious mind needs is a clear signal that everything is going to be OK.
It needs a strong message that public speaking, although a performance environment, is not actually a threatening one. When it understands that, it can produce just the right level of heightened performance for you, without going off the scale.
Being a great public speaker is perhaps the best advantage you can have. A confident speaker is irresistible - and something people remember forever. Good public speaking tells others you are confident, capable and intelligent. And when it comes to the next round of promotions, that is going to count for a lot.
You CAN learn to love public speaking
It is probably inconceivable to you that you could ever enjoy public speaking. I promise, it is possible. I've experienced this myself, and now presenting is one of the most rewarding things I do. Harness the power of your mind and feelings with Public Speaking Hypnosis and start delivering great presentations today!
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