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7 Backstage Rituals to Calm Your Nerves
Ever feel nervous before public speaking?
It's totally normal to feel some nerves even if you're a seasoned speaker. That just means to care about doing a good job. The problem comes when you're SO ANXIOUS that you underperform.
- Heart beating rapidly
- Excessive sweating
- Knot in the stomach
- Shaking hands/clumsiness
- Breathy or shaky voice
- Forgetting what you want to say
Intense nerves mean your Survival Brain is running the show instead of your Whole Brain
Discover how to switch your WHOLE BRAIN on so that your nervous symptoms dial right down
Come across as confident, articulate and at ease
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