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Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

 
Hypnosis has assisted students, academics and high level professionals who, although skilled in their own ways, suffer from a distinct fear of public speaking.    Hypnosis teaches you how to condition your mind to properly respond to tress-causing situations and eliminate any feelings of anxiety when being on the spotlight, to help you become an effective speaker
and/or presenter.

Is speaking in public your biggest fear? Does even the thought of standing up in front of an audience bring you out in a cold sweat? You are not alone. Surveys of people's worst fears consistently rank giving presentations and speeches in the number one or two positions. More frightening than jumping out of a plane at 20,000 feet.    


A fear of public speaking is one that plagues many students and professionals, leaving them with butterflies in their stomachs each time they have to make a speech or presentation in front of an audience. During these times it’s common to feel anxiety, sweaty palms, shortness of breath and even nausea.


How does this happen?


For one reason or another, your brain has learned to provide you with the wrong subconscious response when you speak in public. Instead of getting just the right amount of adrenaline and excitement to optimize your performance, you get a fear response like you're being attacked by a scary animal.


The good news is, this piece of 'faulty wiring' can be fixed. And much more easily than you might expect.   Hypnosis is an unbeatable way to become a confident public speaker   Hypnosis will completely retrain your brain to be comfortable and confident when in front of an audience, to help you:  


Feel a very welcome lessening of tension generally in your life (that old fear had its hooks everywhere) Notice that the thought of making a presentation or anything similar no longer troubles you Feel comfortable with the idea that you don't have to be perfect to be good Begin to feel a deep implicit trust in yourself to speak well, no matter what happens Start actually looking forward to having more opportunities to speak.


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