In the family circle, the child is so lively: he fervently sings into an imaginary microphone, portrays the characters of his favorite cartoons. And with strangers it closes, hesitates to recite a memorized poem in front of the class. Why is this happening? How to help young talents overcome fear and feel confident in a circle of strangers?
Dear adults, to begin with, answer honestly: Does public speaking cause you any discomfort? It is possible that yes. There are two reasons: lack of skill and panic fear. The more often you practice this, the better it turns out, but fear must be learned to overcome.
Fear of public speaking is an absolutely normal phenomenon that often makes its own life adjustments. Continue reading