What to Do on the Day of your Presentation
Stressed out about your public speaking? Do you dread the mental discomfort and physical symptoms that rear up on the day of a presentation?
Here’s how you can feel better on the day, from when you get up in the morning (you’d probably prefer not to!) to the moment when it’s your turn to speak…and all eyes turn towards you.
That moment…when everyone turns to look at you in the meeting or presentation, and you know you have to step up and perform.
I know from my own experience - and working with thousands of clients - that just when you’re about to speak is usually when your anxiety peaks. Your stress levels have been rising in the hours and minutes beforehand, “fight-flight” symptoms kicking in; then when you’re actually about to open your mouth, “freeze” symptoms can also join in - making it hard to focus, breathe, think clearly.
Of course you’re not alone in this one…
Public speaking is recognised as one of the world’s great stressors. Numerous studies show that most people don’t like being in front a group. We’re wired to feel anxious when we’re on our own and a group of people are staring at us, waiting for us to come up with something useful/witty/coherent! It’s an intensely vulnerable activity.
So what can you do to help yourself? Are there any quick ‘hacks’ which you can use to feel better on the day?
There are, and that’s exactly what I’ve put into my 12 video course, What to Do on the Day of your Presentation.
As I said above, I used to suffer from the worst public speaking anxiety. I couldn’t breath, or look audience members in the eye, I used to swallow constantly mid sentence… it wasn't pretty! But I was determined to improve my situation, which I did through a lot of trial and error - and angst! And in the years since then I've built a solid business teaching other people how to do the same.
Here are some of the things covered in the course:
The best ways to use food and drink to optimise your focus and performance - and what not to do
How you can make adrenaline work for you, instead of sabotaging your system
Research shows good and bad ways to coach yourself verbally before your presentation - what can you tell yourself that will make a positive difference?
Three shifts in perspective that have helped many of my clients… Plus how to create a competence map to help you before you get up and speak
This course is extremely practical, and gives you proven techniques to follow. Believe me, I know how much I needed them when I first struggled to get words out in front of an audience. I wish I'd had these tools and tips then.
Normally this course sells for $47, but for a limited time I'd like to give you instant access for just $7.
So for less than the cost of a small coffee and a muffin, you can:
Look more professional and competent
Save yourself confusion by learning which things help your presentations, and which things drag you down
Save you from hours of stress and discomfort before you have to present
Learn routines which you can follow every time. Every high-performing individual has routines and habits that work for them - you can too.
The choice is yours…
Click the ‘Add to Cart’ button and start feeling better about the day of your presentation in the next five minutes!
Is there a guarantee? Yes. All my products and offerings come with a 30 day no questions asked money back guarantee.
You get immediate access to the course. Your login and access information will be sent to the email address you provide.
What people are saying:
"No matter how much public speaking you have already done, Sarah has much to offer to hone your skills and boost your confidence. Her suggestions are clear and easy to grasp yet always based of a wealth of knowledge. I’ve greatly enhanced my own confidence and clarity through working with Sarah and I would recommend her highly to anyone who is looking to improve their speaking skills.” – Karen Humphreys, Manchester U.K.
“I was able to get my confidence back using techniques suggested by Sarah. She’s a great coach: full of encouragement and a calming influence. Sarah is awesome, so are her techniques” – AV Narayanan, Telstra
“Sarah was highly effective in building my confidence and helping me to let go of my inner (sabotaging) belief that I cannot be a good speaker (with time, focus and practice). I have learnt so much from Sarah about how to manage my nerves and prepare myself psychologically for delivering engaging presentations. I’ve also learnt how to structure my presentations so they are clear for the listener, use vocal variety effectively, how to practice effectively, stand and use gestures. Sarah is an amazing teacher and I can’t recommend her coaching highly enough.” – Melanie Frok, Change Management & Employee Engagement Strategist