Acting, presenting and nerves An email to a student with stage fright After a presentation to 200 people
This is detailed and it will take time because you have never done it before. I have my own copyrighted course with everything we need to help though.
So you can choose technically how you deal with each part);
Thinking about sub text what you want to say over and oabive the actual words you use. Its an "acting"technique we can examine;
Though here you are great, you just need to see that;
Correcting any English grammar issues (we want to tighten this up it will make you sound more professional and controlled and of course make people get your message more easily);
Making you tighten up on English vocabulary (I think here you know it all we just have to make you more disciplined);
Practising acting scripts not just business presentations with characters and different voices etc which to come back the presentations later;
To practise, preactise, practise....
For us to record it on professional quality sound and video so that you can hear and see very detail...
Then for us to analyse it... but above all for you to learn to analyse yourself... to see where you are good, and in a detailed where which specific elements you can improve on or try different ways...
With better range to choose how you want to do it every time;
With more choices and options for yourself to do quality presentations in many different ways to many different people for many different reasons;
I am not trying to change you I am trying to make you polish everything and expand on your own natural talents and repertoire.
You need to realise:
For you to be recorded over and over again, for your to listen to each one and realise that you are actually very good.
They think they are wonderful at something when they may not have a f$cking clue. This is a far bigger problem because you can't help them, they know everything.
I agree you want to get hold of the recording of today.
You need to get some rest and next week when it's all over call me and we can think about. You need to relax and forget about all this sh$t for a bit.
Ask a few questions in the other talks if you like, that will help you practise, standing up if you can when you ask them and when you listen to the answer so you get used to feeling what its like for 200 people to look at you.
Deliberately doing lots of presentations in your company just to practise. Nobody will know, they will just think you are helpful guy teaching them a lot of sh$t.
You will soon realise you are one of the few good ones and may stop going.
Not via the stupid Skype classes but planning a more calm, unrushed structured medium term plan where we sit down with time to plan this thing.