Conquering your fear of public speaking at the office

Published Date 2/22/2013
Category: Career & Finances

Conquering your fear of public speaking at the office

If you're regularly finding yourself stressed at work because you're required to hold meetings on a frequent basis, you might have an underlying fear - do you get queasy at the thought of speaking in front of large groups of people?

This fear isn't uncommon, but public speaking is a part of many jobs. Luckily, there are a couple of ways that you can control your anxiety and feel better about yourself at the office.

Psychology Today magazine recommends preparing ahead of time for your meeting or speech. Being prepared can eliminate any anxiety related to forgetting what you have to say or accomplish.

The Mayo Clinic also encourages you to practice speaking beforehand and trying deep breathing exercises to calm yourself prior to your meeting. Once you're in front of the group, focus on the material and thoughts you have to share rather than the audience.

If you're still facing stress at the office after using these tips, consider speaking to your psychic for guidance. An online psychic reading can let you know if you would be more comfortable on a different career path.

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