we help you discover smarter
ways to think, grow, and live.
This presentation consists of 10 highlights
from the interview with Moe Abdou,
founder & host of 33voices®.
Matt Abrahams
Matt is a Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School
of Business. He has published ...
1

Consider it a privilege to speak or present

in the presence of an audience.
just be mindful that it’s always about the...
2

Anxiety before a speech or a presentation is normal.

Acknowledge it by reminding yourself,

‘this is me feeling nervou...
3

Your breath is your pathway to a great delivery.

practice a slow and deep breath,
focusing your attention on both the ...
4

Before crafting your next presentation,
reflect deeply on the impact you want to leave on your audience,

then frame ev...
5

Don’t confuse a speech with a performance;

it’s simply a conversation that you’re having

with an audience of one or m...
6

Opt not to memorize your presentation or speech;
it’s a barrier to your audience and a greater distraction to you.

Use...
7

To stay connected,
engage your audience to participate early and often.

Try asking a question or igniting them to imag...
7

To stay connected,
engage your audience to participate early and often.

Try asking a question or igniting them to imag...
8

Using inclusive language inspires engagement.

practice speaking with your audience,

and not to or at them.
9

Taking time to reflect on the possible questions
that you might encounter during your Q&A session

will reduce your anx...
10

The speaker’s mantra is that he/she

is always of service to his/her audience.
REALLY REFLECT
Before your last important presentation,
were you clear on the impact that you
wanted to have on your audie...
Connect WITH US!
Tell us what you think
Chase@33voices.com
Put an End to Public Speaking Anxiety, with Matt Abrahams
Put an End to Public Speaking Anxiety, with Matt Abrahams
Put an End to Public Speaking Anxiety, with Matt Abrahams
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Matt is a Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business teaching the Strategic Communication elective. He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Stanford, his graduate degree in communication from UC Davis, and a secondary education teaching credential from San Francisco State. He has published several articles on cognitive planning, persuasion, and interpersonal communication. He also teaches business psychology at Palo Alto University. He is the author of Speaking Up Without Freaking Out: 35 Techniques for Confident, Calm, and Competent Presenting, a book on public speaking anxiety management, and co-founder of Bold Echo Communication Solutions.

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Put an End to Public Speaking Anxiety, with Matt Abrahams

  1. 1. we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
  2. 2. This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  3. 3. Matt Abrahams Matt is a Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He has published several articles on cognitive planning, persuasion, and interpersonal communication. He also teaches business psychology at Palo Alto University. He is the author of Speaking Up Without Freaking Out: 35 Techniques for Confident, Calm, and Competent Presenting, a book on public speaking anxiety management, and co-founder of Bold Echo Communication Solutions. @boldecho
  4. 4. 1 Consider it a privilege to speak or present in the presence of an audience. just be mindful that it’s always about them, never you.
  5. 5. 2 Anxiety before a speech or a presentation is normal. Acknowledge it by reminding yourself, ‘this is me feeling nervous, I’m about to do something of great consequence.’
  6. 6. 3 Your breath is your pathway to a great delivery. practice a slow and deep breath, focusing your attention on both the inhalation and exhalation.
  7. 7. 4 Before crafting your next presentation, reflect deeply on the impact you want to leave on your audience, then frame everything around that.
  8. 8. 5 Don’t confuse a speech with a performance; it’s simply a conversation that you’re having with an audience of one or many.
  9. 9. 6 Opt not to memorize your presentation or speech; it’s a barrier to your audience and a greater distraction to you. Use a question outline instead.
  10. 10. 7 To stay connected, engage your audience to participate early and often. Try asking a question or igniting them to imagine a desired future outcome.
  11. 11. 7 To stay connected, engage your audience to participate early and often. Try asking a question or igniting them to imagine a desired future outcome.
  12. 12. 8 Using inclusive language inspires engagement. practice speaking with your audience, and not to or at them.
  13. 13. 9 Taking time to reflect on the possible questions that you might encounter during your Q&A session will reduce your anxiety and create deeper connections.
  14. 14. 10 The speaker’s mantra is that he/she is always of service to his/her audience.
  15. 15. REALLY REFLECT Before your last important presentation, were you clear on the impact that you wanted to have on your audience?
  16. 16. Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com
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