Decide which steps you usually take before speaking in public, which ones are helpful, and which ones you would not follow. Justify your answers.
Realize the source.
Face Down Your Fears.
Recognize that people can't see your nervousness.
When you're walking out onto the stage toward the podium, no one knows you're nervous.
Speaking on a topic that you are not familiar with will increase your stress, and impede on your performance.
Buy some recording software, and record everything on your laptop.
Review it to see where you can improve.
Make sure you know the material that you're going to cover.
Keep it simple.
Avoid putting pressure on yourself by trying to communicate too many ideas or too much information.
Think of it as a conversation.
Think of your ‘talk’ as just that, a conversation with more than person.
2. How confident was he?
3. Which of the steps in exercise II did he take?
4. What can he do to improve the quality of his speeches?
5. How would you feel if you were in his shoes?
6. Have you ever felt the way he did when speaking in public?
7. What's your opinion about the technique that he tried after the speech?