Parler en public avec confiance ( (Stand up and walk around as you…
Parler en public avec confiance
Focus on audience not yourself and the fear disappears. S'en foutre d'être aimé, se préoccuper de donner de la valeur. LA CRITIQUE EST INEVITABLE
Concentre toi sur
que tu veux mettre dans l'esprit de celui qui t'écoute ça t'aidera à te concentrer
People won’t see how nervous you are. (They can’t tell if your palms are sweating or your knees are knocking or your heart is pounding.) So don’t tell them. Smile. Stick your chest out. Look confident, even if you don’t feel it.
Make the audience your allies. Talk to individuals before your presentation to get to know them. Look them in the eye as you speak to them, one person at a time. When your audience sides with you, your job as a speaker becomes easier.
Connect with your audience.
Practice relaxation techniques in the days before your presentation. Lie down or sit comfortably in a quiet place. Breathe slowly. Close your eyes. Imagine your upcoming speaking engagement. Picture yourself speaking with confidence.
Most speakers try to do too much in a speech. Then they worry about leaving something out or losing their train of thought. Aim, instead, to communicate one basic idea. Keep it short and simple.
Stage fright is rooted in self-preoccupation. (“How am I doing?” “Am I making any sense?”) Stop focusing on yourself. Focus, instead, on your audience. (“How are you?” “Are you getting this?” “Can you hear me?”)
Focus on your audience.
Stand up and walk around as you practice out loud. Don’t memorize your speech or practice it word for word. Talk it through, point by point. Imagine you’re explaining your main ideas to a friend.
In the thirty seconds before you begin speaking, take three slow, deep breaths through your nose, filling your belly. As you breathe out, say silently to yourself, “Relax.”
Speak to supportive audiences in small forums where less is at stake – at a staff meeting or a PTA meeting. Join Toastmasters or take a Dale Carnegie course. Work with a coach.
Know what you are going to say – and why you want to say it.
Even experienced speakers get nervous. Don’t try to eliminate your jitters. Turn them into energy you can use to boost your delivery.
Expect to be nervous. Tu auras peur, et c'est normal, tout le monde a peur. Mais il faut aimer d'abord ce que tu es et avoir rien à faire de ce que les gens pensent de toi.
Remplacer les euh.... par des pauses
Utiliser des adjectifs dynamisant, fort, descriptif
Utiliser des images, des métaphores
As for a speaking loud, use a full voice. It may sound odd to you for a while, but not to the listener. No one ever talks down to someone using a full voice.
Also, pause. No more than six (6) words at a time without a pause. Even less….than six…will work….nicely.
That is, emphasize the last sound of each word you speak. This may sound odd for you at first but will sound very polished to the listener. I assure you.
Faire des sauts pour avoir de l'énergie
Exercice de visualisation de la lumière qui nous emplit et qu'on va diffuser à l'extérieur pour donner de la valeur
Act as if faire comme si
Speack one to one
s'imaginer qu'on parle à son frère ou son meilleur ami
Framework Méthode MERE Motivation-explication-Recette-Exercice
Respirer pour avoir son inspiration
2-Respirer lentement. soulever un poids sur le diaphragme. diaphragm is the key to confidence