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Christina2022-06-29 15:10 UTCin global channel

Volunteer to speak first if you are nervous in front of an audience. You finish it quickly, you can relax for the remaining time of the event, and—most importantly—the audience, depending on the circumstance, is too busy with their own presentations or speeches to pay attention to yours.

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Alexis Suarez2022-06-30 11:07 UTC

This does not always work properly, but in my experience, I can say that it worked for me. Ideally, while fighting stage fright, you set the bar too high for those who look up to you.

LegoSensei2022-07-26 16:49 UTC

"most importantly" seems like "most devastatingly"
just telling someone to be ok with others not paying attention to your speech is just...I don't even have a word for this.
how about you change the title of the post into "how to manipulate yourself into doing something you don't want to do."

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Christina2022-08-09 18:28 UTCreply to"most impo…

People with social anxiety will definitely disagree with you:) For me, the worst moments of my college education were the ones, where I had to tell something in front of a big audience. This life tips won’t be useful for everyone, I agree, but it can also be a lifesaver for others.

I’m definitely not talking about events where you want people to focus on what you’re saying. It’s more suitable for school/college students!