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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How do they feel about drinking tea before a presentation?
They think that making notes is about other presentations is….
What do they say about nervous energy?
Which does gavin NOT mention as something that isn’t great to do while your audience are watching and waiting?
Gavin says that exercising before a presentation…
Sally says that projecting a big personality is especially important…
What do they think is important that isn’t mentioned in the lists that they have been looking at?
What suggestion do they often hear but don’t think is a good idea?
Gavin says that the main point for him is …
Which of these does Sally NOT mention in her summary of useful tips?