Glossophobia, also known as public speaking anxiety, is the fear of speaking in front of a group. This fear is quite common. Three out of four people share this fear. Many people don’t know that public speaking practice can help with this fear.
If you've ever given a speech to the public, then you have likely experienced public speaking anxiety. Your heart starts to race. You feel your palms becoming clammy and begin to sweat. It is possible to feel unsteady, tremble, or uncertain. You might feel unsteady or trembled.
This fear can be overcome by trying a variety of activities. Imagine your audience in their underwear. This might work for some people, but it may not be for everyone. What are some alternatives?
Have the right attitude
Public speaking is like any other activity. How successful you are will depend on your attitude. If you approach your speech with a negative attitude you'll get a negative outcome. Remember that your audience is composed of people like you.
Always Be Yourself
A few public speakers are well-known to many. It's only natural to want to sound just like them. You can try to imitate their movements by looking in a mirror. It's always better to be yourself.
Anxiety can be overcome by training in public speaking. If you prepare well, public speaking can be fun for you and your audience.