Nerves can get your heart pounding, your voice shaking, not to mention sweating, shortness of breath, skin flushing and even an upset stomach.
Public speaking anxiety, also known as glossophobia, can induce all these symptoms and more. It’s one of the most common social fears. In fact, studies show that people are more afraid of public speaking than they are of dying! While that may seem a tad dramatic, there’s no doubt the fear is absolutely real.
Nerves, or stage fright, don’t just affect actors and professional presenters. They can strike anyone who has to get up and speak in front of audience, including those of us who have to deliver business presentations.
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