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Conquer Your Own Fear Of Public Speaking

By John Di Lemme

We all know that being in the public eye is not only a huge part of running a business but also a key aspect to being taken seriously as a professional in Network Marketing, Sales, Corporate Relations, etc. Unfortunately, the fear of public speaking can make or break our success in life.

Conquering the FEAR that most people experience when they speak in front of others is most easily understood in four steps that just happen to coincide with the actual letters in the word itself.

F – Fight/Flight E – Excitement A – Adrenaline Rush R – Rehearse

F – Fight/Flight A person’s initial response to an unfamiliar situation is either fight or flight. If you choose flight, then you are basically saying, “I’m out of here”. You run from being pulled out of your comfort zone and refuse the idea of change. People that seek success and aren’t afraid of confronting their fears usually make the other choiceFIGHT! They recognize that they are outside of their comfort zone and are willing to face those fears head on. Yes, it is very scary but don’t let fear take control by running away from your dreams!

E – Excitement When you make the choice to walk in front of an audience and open your heart up to a bunch of strangers, you are excited and eager to forge forward on your journey. The realization of being personally accountable for that initiation of your own desire and acting on that dream is so exciting that it’s overwhelming for the human system. So, what occurs following?

A – Adrenaline Rush. You created the choice to battle your fear of public speaking, you’re thrilled about this choice and now your adrenaline begins to rush all through your whole body. Your knees begin to knock, your hands shake, your skin becomes clammy and worst of allYOU Cannot BREATHE! An adrenaline rush will trigger you to second guess your option of battle, but don’t give into those damaging emotions.

R – Rehearse. The last and most essential step in conquering your fear of public speaking is to rehearse. You must do it more than and more than and more than once again until you’re comfortable in your new environment, you deliver an outstanding presentation, and you embrace your audience like you’ve recognized them for many years. Rehearsal may be the action which will determine the high quality of the community speaking.

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MLA Style Citation:
Lemme, John D. "Conquer Your Own Fear Of Public Speaking." Conquer Your Own Fear Of Public Speaking. 21 Jun. 2010. 18 Aug 2014 <>.

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Lemme, J (2010, June 21). Conquer Your Own Fear Of Public Speaking. Retrieved August 18, 2014, from

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Lemme, John D. "Conquer Your Own Fear Of Public Speaking"

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