Feeling stress-out before entering the stage seems familiar for most people, especially for those who are not get used to present. So how to overcome the panic? First identify below signs of panic and know the solution for each of these signs:
The Frozen Hand
Well, this is the most common sign of nervous. Usually happens when waiting for your turn to present. You can deal it with scarves (for women) or put your hand into pocket of your cloth (for men). When you feel the symptoms of this frozen hand, try to balance it with scarves and continue to focus on the situation. Thus, you can feel more relaxed and calm.
Heart Beat is Peaking Up
Although you are sitting in a chair / sofa while waiting for the presentation, you may often feel your heart beat faster and make you uncomfortable. You must overcome this sign of nervous so you don't get distracted when presenting later. Look at your audience for a moment briefly with a smile (avoid too-serious face) and treat them as friends. Avoid any negative thoughts and focus to your objective in communicate perfectly toward what you think. Take a sip of water might calming you down as well.
This is obvious sign that your physical body is getting too nervous. But it's okay, you can take a piece of tissue / paper / cloth and squeeze it with both your hands (don't make it too loud hence it won't disturb the others). Take action that can relax your hands until your hands stop vibrating. And don't forget to always fill the mindset positively, so your nervous can disappear.
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