Speaking in the public is truly alarming for many. I understand. What I don't get, though, how truly awesome (even paralysis) it can be for millions of people around the world. Take a moment and look at the word "glossophobia" – a serious fear of the public.
Those who suffer from this say that when they speak (or even to the thought of speaking in front of a group):
• Their mouths dry up
• The voice begins to shake untimely  • Their body begins to tremble
• They begin to sweat, shake and suffer their heartbeat
We have all heard that the public speaks is the number one fear of people anywhere (over fear of dying). Seinfeld even said this in one of his episodes, as he said something like, "If it were true, most would rather be in the coffin than give the character!"
Why is a group registration very terrible for some? In courses, university teaching, and individual training, I ask people to explain exactly what scares them most about the general number.
Why are you afraid?
Here are just a few of the most common confessions:
• I sound like I don't know what I'm talking about
• I & # 39 I'll be stupid
• I can't answer questions  • I will freeze and forget what I should say
Tips and techniques that are easy to use
Although no magic doctor for this very real fear, some simple steps can greatly reduce the trauma. Here are some tips for starting to minimize fear and start a journey where one (or you) can even learn to enjoy public speaking:
1. Show success. Great athletes use this technology to imagine perfect performance. Try this when preparing for the next presentation. Imagine an inappropriate presentation, "see" your audience completely in your message … they smile, rub and enjoy your message!
2. Keep calm. Stop chatting – especially the negative autoblock. Take a deep breath. Try simple meditation methods to help you focus on your message.
3. Know your audience. Be sure to know as much as you can about who they are, what they already know about your topic and why they should be.
4. Be an expert! Nothing can boost your confidence as you know what you're doing! Do your homework. Investigate your material and be ready
5. Practice, practice, practice. When you've finished exercising, practice more! Try out loud, stand (if it is) and go through your presentation in its unit.
6. Watch a video. It is easy to get the recording key on your smartphone or tablet. Be sure to take advantage of this easy-to-use technology so you see yourself – whatever you want, what you don't like and what you can do … right away.
7. Work with a coach, take a lesson in a lesson If you want to increase your confidence with the skills required through your career, consider finding resources to help you get better fast.
Most of all, enjoy the trip. I promise you with exertion, courage and effort that you will be amazed at how you can improve.