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Public Speaking. Chapter 2 – Giving Yourself Permission Welcoming a New You. Fear of Speaking……………. Students tend to stress out in 3 different ways before, during and after their speeches . Physical Sensations Emotional Responses Psychological Responses.

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Public Speaking

Chapter 2 – Giving Yourself Permission

Welcoming a New You


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Fear of Speaking……………

Students tend to stress out in 3 different ways before, during and after their speeches.

  • Physical Sensations

  • Emotional Responses

  • Psychological Responses


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“To grow, we must travel in the direction of our fears” –

John Berryman


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Physical Stress:

  • Before Speech:

    • Sleepless nights

    • Upset stomach

    • Dizziness

    • Tingling sensations in hands and/or legs

  • During and After Speech:

    • Trembling knees

    • Sweaty palms

    • Light headedness

    • Dry mouth

    • Too much saliva

    • Nervous cough or laugh

    • Shaky or strained voice


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Emotional Stress:

Before, During and After Speech:

  • Fear

  • Loss of control

  • Depression

  • Panic

  • Anxiety

  • Helplessness

  • Anger

  • Inadequacy

  • Feelings of overwhelmed fear


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Psychological Stress:

Before, During and After Speech:

  • Loss of memory

  • Negative thoughts

    or self-talk

  • Awkward pauses

  • Jumbled thought patterns

  • Nervous repetition of words or phrases – ah, umm, you know?


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  • Things to remember………

    • You’re not alone

    • Skills and techniques can be learned to control stress and apprehension


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What to do????

  • Identify why you are so nervous

  • Identify your own types of stress

    • Will help you….

      • Understand what is happening

      • Find ways to combat specific areas of stress

      • Gives YOU the control


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Give yourself permission…

  • To overcome your fear of speaking

  • To Grow

  • To Make Mistakes


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Stage Fright …….

  • It’s natural to be anxious

  • You appear much more relaxed then you feel

  • Have something important to say

  • Concentrate on what is said (Big Picture)

  • Practice your Speech

  • Visualize Success

  • Release your tension before you speak

  • Experience reduced anxiety

  • The audience is on your side


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Building Speaker Confidence

  • Know how you react to stress

  • Know your strengths & weaknesses

  • Know speech principles

  • Know that it looks worse from the inside

  • Know your speech

  • Believe in your topic

  • Visualize success

  • Project confidence while speaking

  • Practice your delivery

  • Learn from experience


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Allow YOURSELF…..

  • To be YOU

    • To SUCCEED

      • To not be PERFECT

        • To GROW

    • To BELIEVE in yourself


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“All great speakers were once bad speakers. You have to believe in yourself and know that it is up to you and no one else to chose to be great.

Chose now to be great.”

- Ralph Waldo Emerson


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