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How to Redirect Your Fears in Speaking to Others

1. In the US, posture is always the quickest movement and most effective way to redirect fear. Hand gestures are the second, such as moving your head, shoulders, arms, hands in a direct yet bold and precise way, which adds importance and clarity to your objectives, plus helps you redirect the immediate fear.

2. Stand up straight
Feet should be shoulder width apart
Hands by your side

Observe your breath
Observe the rise and fall of your belly and chest

I have coached over 200 people one-on-one over the last year and found most of them are fearful of taking a giant step forward.
Many want TO AVOID PAIN. Therefore, they don’t move. Fear is an emotional equivalent of pain. Fear is also a powerful source of energy.
My question is how can we use fear as a source of energy towards the things we desire most?
Fear of failure AND fear of success is what holds us back from achieving what we truly want.
ASK YOURSELF:
What must happen for me to feel like a success?
What must happen for me to feel like a failure?
So, when fear does comes up (and it will) Move Your Energy Frequency Differently…by using Physical Communication Movement Tips to redirect the fear.

Keep adding huge value to the world with what you do best,
Kerry
Wyzant Tutor
Public Speaking/Presentation Skills
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$65p/h

Kerry R.

Redirect Fear and Connecting Public Speaking Tutor

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