How To Overcome Your Public Speaking...in five seconds
Crush that fear...in five seconds
Do you ever get in front of a crowd and all eyes are you. You can't run away and surely, you can't just hide. You're just there and the only thing that you can do is open your mouth and get it over with. It doesn't matter how fast and how much people struggle to understand you. The only thing you can do right now, right there is just get through it. That's one way to go about it but there also a better option.
Are you comfortable standing in front of crowds as you deliver what you have to say. If so, that's just fine and wonderful and that maybe you don't have to read this. If not, however, you can take these steps to remedy that painfully halting fear you have.
The first thing you can do is take action BEFORE you have to overcome that fear is to walk up to any stranger and start a conversation with them. But you have nothing to say? That doesn't matter. In fact, the only thing that you can do is walk up to that perfect stranger nearby and drop a hello. Why shouldn't you; it's not against the law. In fact, if you are afraid of the awkward moments then you have to take notice of that. If you can be tolerant of awkward moments then you will be able to crush that public speaking.
As you are walking to stranger after stranger after another, you have to be certain be focused on the main goal at hand. The main goal is to relieve you of that public speaking fear. If your first time approaching complete strangers doesn't fair to your favor then be aware that's fine. After all, this is your first time. No matter what the outcome nor what happening during it, congratulate yourself on doing what you have to do. That way, it becomes easier for you to actually take charge and continue onward to the next guy or gal.
Hey, if you walk away with a number or two then just that's just even better. However, even if you do get that number; you know the real goal at hand: to conquer your fear of public speaking. So, when it comes time for you to get onstage and you feel nervous, just remember all those strangers you approached. You would have conquered your public speaking fear in five seconds.