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Presentations and public speaking strike fear in the hearts of people everywhere. Whether it's a presentation for a small board of stakeholders or speaking in front of hundreds about your company's latest product, presentations can be uncomfortable and nerve-wracking. In fact, according to Statistic Brain, 74% of Americans fear public speaking. It's the number one phobia, with fear of death a close second at 68%.
While it may seem like an impossible fear to overcome, it's a situation that most everyone will have to face at some point. So, to help you face that fear, we've put together three strategies to help you become a better presenter. Check out our tips now.
If you're not a fan of public speaking
and presenting, you're not alone.
According to Statistic Brain, 74% of
Americans fear public speaking. It's
the number one phobia, with fear of
death a close second at 68%.
Ready to overcome your fear of
public speaking and
presenting? It's time to
approach your presentation
with strategy. Check out PGi's
top three ways to become a
it's not about you.
Fear of presenting, at its very core, is
actually the fear of being
embarrassed in front of a group of
Approach your presentation with the mindset that it's not
all about you -- it's about your audience. Direct the focus
away from you and onto your audience. By making it all
about them, you'll actually have a chance to communicate
your message more effectively.
presenting is a two-way
Your purpose is to effectively communicate an idea to
your audience, so it's important to remember that
presenting is a two-way street. When you engage your
audience to comprehend your message, they'll recall the
information better, making your presentation more
memorable. Focus on how you can get your audience
more involved with your presentation by using tools like
live polls or Q&A sessions.
You don't have to be a stand-
up comedian to have fun
during your presentations.
But by having a few laughs
with your audience, you'll
create a relaxed atmosphere
for your audience, which, in
turn, will give you more
Visit pgi.com/blog for more
presentation tips and tricks.