Public Speaking and Presentation skills – Improve work, exam and sporting performance
“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step”
There are a number of reasons why individuals may suffer from a fear of public speaking and presentations.
- lack of confidence or self-esteem
- fear about making a mistake
- fear of being the centre of attention and feeling foolish
- fear of being laughed at
- fear of being judged
Some people may only suffer mildly with one or two symptoms, while others may suffer extreme anxiety and have more; these include:
- inability to speak
- shortness of breath
- shaky voice
- rapid breathing
- mental blocks
- tight chest
- feeling nervous
- feeling embarrassed
Realignment Therapy has been found to be extremely successful for those suffering with a fear of public speaking. It can build confidence levels and allow you to remain calm and relaxed, while developing new positive ways of thinking and feeling.
Realignment Therapy aims to seek out the root cause of the anxiety by accessing the part of your mind that is triggering the fear and then help you to change how it responds.
It is time to let your voice be heard, to feel comfortable and to start enjoying speaking in public