The mere thought of making a speech or giving a presentation can send shivers down the spine of any inexperienced speaker. Presentation Day can leave an anxious speaker dealing with nerves, the very familiar “butterflies in the stomach” feeling.
Generally some nerves can be used to your advantage. They may provide an edge to your speaking. But when nerves become excessive it is a problem. Nerves impede your ability as a speaker to deliver a coherent speech preventing you from enjoying the act of delivering a speech.
Imagine if you could actually enjoy the act of giving a speech…
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