Being nervous about presenting is normal! Almost three quarters of people have a phobia of public speaking.
In this conversation, Gavin and Sally talk about different strategies to deal with nerves, describing which they find most useful and which they don’t find useful at all.
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Gavin says that almost what percentage of people have a phobia of public speaking?
According to Gavin, a brain freeze is…
Gavin says that when you have a brain freeze you could…
Sally thinks that _____________ is more important than thinking about expectations.
Sally and Gavin agree that practice is especially important when…
They suggest that using notes can help you…
Which of these DIDN’T Gavin say that he suffered from during his first experiences presenting?
In regards to knowing your audience, Sally says that…..
Sally says that although arriving early so that you can speak to your audience before the presentation is a good idea, it can…
Which of these is NOT given as a reason to structure your presentation well?