Becoming a perfect presenter<br />Part 1 – Overcoming Stage Fright<br />
Introduction<br />This is a small sample of the ‘Perfect Presenter’ training package<br />We hope it helps you when you ar...
Does public speaking make you nervous?<br />
The third way...<br />However it is not as simple as just a yes or no<br />If you said NO<br />Be aware of becoming too co...
The performing balance<br />There is a careful balancing act that gives you an edge, presenting should be exciting.<br />
Building confidence<br />There are two techniques we will use to build confidence and control nerves<br />Breathing Techni...
Breathing better<br />Your breathing will affect your voice and projection<br />Learning to control your breathing will al...
Nervous breathing<br />Your breathing can be affected by nerves.<br />You can also control your nerves by controlling your...
Breathing exercise<br />Try the following exercise<br />
The exercise will give you more oxygen and feed your brain<br />The act of concentration will distract you from thinking a...
Mind changers<br />Two simple but powerful techniques<br /><ul><li>Smile to feel good
Massive mantras</li></li></ul><li>Smile to feel good<br />SMILE<br />Even if you don’t feel you want to...<br />Force your...
Smiling works<br />The acts of smiling (and other emotions) are handled by a lower, more primitive part of our brains. <br...
Massive mantras<br />
Tell yourself out loud<br />“I am a great presenter... I can do this...”<br />Repeat this a number of times<br />
Self-conscious?<br />If you don’t want to tell yourself out loud how good you are there is an alternative<br />Use music a...
Musical mantras<br />Using music can make you feel great<br />It can also raise your heart rate and make you feel up-beat<...
Feeling better?<br />If you use these simple techniques you will find that you can conquer your nerves<br />It will take p...
Just the beginning<br />This presentation is just a taster of the training available from Event-A-Tainment<br />Visit our ...
www.event-a-tainment.co.uk<br />info@event-a-tainment.co.uk<br />Copyright © Event-A-Tainment Ltd. 2010<br />All Rights Re...
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  1. 1. Becoming a perfect presenter<br />Part 1 – Overcoming Stage Fright<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />This is a small sample of the ‘Perfect Presenter’ training package<br />We hope it helps you when you are next presenting!<br />
  3. 3. Does public speaking make you nervous?<br />
  4. 4. The third way...<br />However it is not as simple as just a yes or no<br />If you said NO<br />Be aware of becoming too confident<br />If you said YES<br />You need to look at ways to stop nerves holding you back<br />Some nervousness is good...<br />
  5. 5. The performing balance<br />There is a careful balancing act that gives you an edge, presenting should be exciting.<br />
  6. 6. Building confidence<br />There are two techniques we will use to build confidence and control nerves<br />Breathing Techniques<br />Mind Changers<br />
  7. 7. Breathing better<br />Your breathing will affect your voice and projection<br />Learning to control your breathing will allow you to improve the projection and clarity of your voice.<br />
  8. 8. Nervous breathing<br />Your breathing can be affected by nerves.<br />You can also control your nerves by controlling your breathing.<br />
  9. 9. Breathing exercise<br />Try the following exercise<br />
  10. 10. The exercise will give you more oxygen and feed your brain<br />The act of concentration will distract you from thinking about your nerves<br />Parents use distraction with children and it still works when we are adults!<br />Take time to consider your breathing<br />
  11. 11. Mind changers<br />Two simple but powerful techniques<br /><ul><li>Smile to feel good
  12. 12. Massive mantras</li></li></ul><li>Smile to feel good<br />SMILE<br />Even if you don’t feel you want to...<br />Force yourself to smile...<br />
  13. 13. Smiling works<br />The acts of smiling (and other emotions) are handled by a lower, more primitive part of our brains. <br />If you physically smile the lower brain tells the upper brain that you are happy. <br />It is a simple way to improve the way you feel. <br />
  14. 14. Massive mantras<br />
  15. 15. Tell yourself out loud<br />“I am a great presenter... I can do this...”<br />Repeat this a number of times<br />
  16. 16. Self-conscious?<br />If you don’t want to tell yourself out loud how good you are there is an alternative<br />Use music as your mantra<br />Find your favourite motivational, up-beat track and make sure you play this before you present<br />
  17. 17. Musical mantras<br />Using music can make you feel great<br />It can also raise your heart rate and make you feel up-beat<br />
  18. 18. Feeling better?<br />If you use these simple techniques you will find that you can conquer your nerves<br />It will take practice, but persevere and you will become a great presenter<br />
  19. 19. Just the beginning<br />This presentation is just a taster of the training available from Event-A-Tainment<br />Visit our web site to find out more<br />
  20. 20. www.event-a-tainment.co.uk<br />info@event-a-tainment.co.uk<br />Copyright © Event-A-Tainment Ltd. 2010<br />All Rights Reserved<br />

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