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Building Confidence. Chapter 2. I. Understanding Stage Fright. A. Fear - A biological process by which animals, including humans, secure the necessary energy to do a job that really matters- one that might potentially result in physical and/or psychological injury.

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i understanding stage fright
I. Understanding Stage Fright

A. Fear - A biological process by which animals, including humans, secure the necessary energy to do a job that really matters- one that might potentially result in physical and/or psychological injury.

B. Phobia - A persistent, irrational fear.

C. Performance Anxiety - Extreme fear of audiences.

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D. Symptoms of Stage Fright

1. An upset stomach

2. A flushed face

3. Dizziness

4. A fast heartbeat

5. Shortness of breath

6. Excessive perspiration

7. Wobbly legs

ii establishing an accurate perception
II. Establishing an Accurate Perception

A. Perception refers to how we see things.

1.Audience Perception - Audiences are often unaware of a speaker’s nervousness.

2.Speech Perception - Try to visualize speaking as an opportunity to share something valuable- the message-with the audience.

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3. Self Perception - It is very difficult for some people to accept who they are.

A. Recognize your own individual worth and like who you are.

B. Don’t fear being human.

C. Self-esteem is often the result of a discovery process.

iii examining the planks of confidence
III. Examining the Planks ofConfidence

A. Content - Have something worthwhile to say.

B. Organization - Have some type of an outline that’s easy for both you and your audience to follow.

C. Notes - Jot down your ideas in a brief, directed (preferably outlined) form.

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D. Friendliness - Be congenial.

E. Impression - Getting off to a good start is essential in building confidence. (Impression also refers to the way you are dressed and groomed.)

F. Dedication - Practice. Practice. Practice.

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G. Empathy - Know how it feels to feel that way.

H. Newness - Apply some originality.

I. Conviction - Believe in what you say.

J. Enthusiasm - Get fired up!!!!!

c o n f i d e n c e
C.O.N.F.I.D.E.N.C.E.

C ontent

O rganization

N otes

F riendliness

I mpression

D edication

E mpathy

N ewness

C onviction

E nthusiasm