So, your next meeting at work is coming up, and you’ve agreed to present a few new ideas to the company. You usually feel worried about this kind of thing, but now you try to convince yourself that, this time, it’ll be ok. However, as the time to speak draws closer, you begin to rue over your ever agreeing to do so. This is because you know that the mere thought of giving a presentation to the team will set your heart racing and bring you out in a cold sweat. read more ...
Early childhood encounters that serve to cause a youngster to feel self-conscious, embarrassed or humiliated can lead, later in life, to that person experiencing unhelpful presentation nerves. Even if we don’t actually recall such early experiences, they can get stored in our unconscious mind where they are prone to affect the underlying beliefs we end up holding about ourselves. For example, this may be the origin of a possible believe that could says; ‘I can’t speak in front of a crowd because I’ll just end up saying something stupid’. read more ...
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