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  • 1. Stage Fear
    Presented By:
    Sujit Das Adhikari
    DMS-PU
    MBA.
  • 2. Definition
    Stage fearor performance anxiety is the anxiety ,fear or persistent phobia which may be aroused in an individual by the requirement to performance in front of an audience.
  • 3. Why people suffer?
    inadequate preparation
    fear of being judged
    unfamiliarity with the audience or the environment
    lack of knowledge about public speaking
    feelings of inadequacy
    fear of the unknown
    negative past experiences
  • 4. Symptoms:
    • Dry mouth.           
    • 5.    Tight throat.               
    • 6.    Sweaty hands.        
    • 7.    Cold hands.                
    • 8.    Shaky hands.                
    • 9.    Give me a hand (Oops, I couldn't resist).                
       
  • 10. Cont.
    • Nausea.                
    • 11.   Fast pulse.                
    • 12.   Shaky knees.                
    • 13. Trembling lips.                
  • How do you reduce it?
    1.Visualization strategies that can be used anytime:
    • Concentrate on how good you are. 
    • 14. Pretend you are just chatting with a group of friends.  
    • 15. Close your eyes and imagine the audience listening, laughing, and applauding.
    • 16. Remember happy moments from your past.  
  • Cont.
    2.Strategies in advance of program
    • Be extremely well prepared.    
    • 17.  Get individual or group presentation skills coaching.
    • 18. Listen to music.      
    • 19.  Anticipate hard and easy questions.
         
  • 20. Cont.
    • Absolutely memorize your opening statement so you can recite it on autopilot if you have to.
           
    •  Practice, practice, practice. Especially practice bits so you can spit out a few minutes of your program no matter how nervous you are.       
  • 3.Strategies just before the program
    • Be in the room at least an hour early if possible to triple check everything. 
     
    • Notice and think about things around you.    
      
    • Concentrate on searching for current and immediate things that arehappening at the event that you can mention during your talk.    
  • Cont.
    •  Get into conversation with people near you. Be very intent on what they are saying.  
    • 21. Shake hands and smile with attendees before the program.   
    • 22.  Breathe deeply, evenly, and slowly for several minutes.      
    • 23. Don't drink alcohol or coffee or tea with caffeine.       
  • 4.Strategies when the program begins…
    •  If legs are trembling, lean on lectern /table or shift legs or move.
    • 24.  Try not to hold the microphone by hand in the first minute.  
    • 25.  Take quick drinks of tepid water.      
  • Cont.
    • Use eye contact. It will make you feel less isolated.    
    • 26. Look at the friendliest faces in the audience.     
  • A little bit of stage fear is useful!!
    It create a heightened state of readiness, allowing you to perform better than you might otherwise.
  • 27. Conclusion
    Before each presentation make a short list of the items you think will make you feel better. Don't be afraid to experiment with different combinations. You never know which ones will work best until you try. Rewrite them on a separate sheet and keep the sheet with you at all times so you can refer to it quickly when the need arises.
  • 28. Thank You….