How Public Speaking Creates Nervousness And How To Get Rid Of It

Public speaking makes a lot of people nervous, especially those who claim to have never done public speaking in their entire life. You might not be aware but actually, you have already delivered tons of public speeches throughout your life; you discussed your plan with your team mates, you told your friends hundred of stories, you have asked your neighbors a little help for an errand. You might refute this by saying that what you have done isn’t public speaking, but technically it is; because a public is made of people with common interests and aren’t your friends, team mates, and neighbors having a common interest with you?

If it is not public speaking that is actually creating the nervousness, then what is it really that makes people feel nervous when they have to speak before the public111 (1)? It’s your thinking of what’s going to happen. You don’t feel nervous when you’re going to talk to your neighbors because you did not have to pressure yourself on the outcome of your communication with them – you just go to them and talk. But when someone has told you that you are going to deliver a speech before an audience while you stand on the stage while they are seated, you feel nervous. It is not actually because the audience is sitting and you are standing but rather because you are trying to foresee what is going to happen. You may test this idea by trying to anticipate what is going to happen the before you speak to your friends and you will feel a similar tension when speaking before an audience of strangers.

So the next time that you will be speaking before the public, don’t even try to see how you will do, just do it, and those shakes in your stomach will be gone. A word of reminder: being not nervous doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll make an excellent speech; always remind yourself that the mastery of topic (not of the verbatim of the speech) is an indispensable component when it comes to public speaking.

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