Each exhibitor must know the different techniques available for controlling nerves when he speaks to an audience. To present speeches and exhibitions, will learn strategies that work especially for you. Let’s look at these 7 strategies that have been very effective for many exhibitors. 1 Prepare well and practice your exposure. Nothing can make you more anxious feeling that knowing that you are not well prepared. A related site: Robert Thomson mentions similar findings. After all, all your anxiety is not able to seem silly in the eyes of your audience? The poor preparation guarantees this.
To prepare yourself properly, first of all, it’s your listeners know in advance (if possible) and organize your speech and material support for this specific group. Then, prepare easy to understand notes. Using these notes, practice your speech three or more times from beginning to end talks with more force every time. Thinking mentally during your exposure must be the same as really talk in front of the public. For example, if you’ll be standing during your speech, practice standing. If you are going to use supporting material, use it in your practice.
To practise, take your time to check if you have to shorten or lengthen the exposure. Finally, it anticipates possible questions and prepare your answers. Knowing that you’re well prepared will help you reduce much of your shyness. 2 Heats first. Exhibitors are not different from the singers who heated their voices, musicians that warm your fingers, or athletes who warm your muscles before activity. Before presenting an exhibition, you will have to warm up your voice and relax your muscles. Several techniques can help you do this. For example, it’s sing rising and falling tone on the musical scale, the way in which the singers do before a concert. He reads aloud a note or a page of a book, by varying the volume, tone, speed and quality.