How to Stand Still When Nervous or Anxious – Public Speaking Tips Video
1st July 2011 by Rachel Willis 2 comments
This week, instead of giving you a series of presenting tips and tricks I thought I would focus on one of the key problems lots of us face – trying to stand still when we are feeling nervous or anxious!
I don’t mean standing still as a statue and not moving a muscle! I mean moving with purpose and not fidgeting, prowling back and forth or rocking on your feet.
It’s hard to stand still when you’re presenting, especially if you’re nervous. In this video are some tips that will hopefully help you to stand still and avoid fidgeting when you are next speaking in public. I hope you find them helpful. If you would like any further information on our Presentation Training services please do contact us today.
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