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Fear of Public Speaking

Does the idea of public speaking make you nervous? Well, you`re not alone. Over 75 percent of the population is affected by what is known as glossophobia – the fear of public speaking. Glossophobia is a common social anxiety disorder that ranges in severity. Whether you only get butterflies before taking the stage or suffer great anxiety and go to great lengths to avoid public or group presentations the fear of public speaking has been proved to significantly affect the way you present your message.


The majority of the people experience some sort of panic when speaking in public at some point in their lives. However, an individual with glossophobia is unable to control their nerves and might have an extremely strong fear of public speaking, and sometimes to the point of a nervous breakdown. This can result in uncontrollable sweating, trembling and a racing heartbeat.

However, being in the spotlight isn’t what triggers panic, but rather a deep-seated concern for how the person will be perceived once they take center stage. No one wants to look nervous and unsure when stepping on the stage in front of an audience. If we do this, the audience will question whether we`re truly credible enough or understand our topic. This anxiety can make it very difficult to communicate verbally in order to express our thoughts and ideas. As a result, glossophobia might hamper the sufferer’s ability to further their social, academic, or career opportunities.



7 Reason to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

Here are 7 things you miss out on due to your fear of public speaking.

Career Development

Effective public speaking skills can boost career advancements, as they`re a sign of leadership abilities, creativity, critical thinking skills, professionalism, and poise, qualities that are highly valued for the job market. Speaking at conferences and events is a great way of building credibility, and can also help you stand out at work. It helps you learn how to speak in meetings, present yourself as a professional, and promote your ideas. The fear of public speaking denies you the chance to showcase your qualities and strengths. As such, it makes you miss a promotion at work or a chance to land yourself a new job.

Deeper Confidence

The fear of public speaking doesn’t do any good to your confidence and self-esteem. It doesn’t boost your level of confidence but rather denies you the opportunity to show the world that you have valuable opinions and insights. Public speaking can effectively boost your self-esteem and confidence. Overcoming the insecurities and fears that come with public speaking is empowering. Your confidence will be boosted as you transition from speaking to small groups of people to large audiences. This will not only help you on stage but also in every day, whether in a meeting or on a date. While the fear of public speaking won’t disappear entirely, it will teach you how to handle your fear and turn your weaknesses into strengths.

Personal Development

Communication skills are vital for both personal and professional development, and improving this area is one of the most significant benefits of public speaking. Preparing a peak requires you to take a step back and think critically about how to communicate effectively. With the fear of public speaking, it becomes easy to fall back on communication habits you formed years ago. As such, you miss out on the chance for personal development.

Wider Social Connection

Public speaking engagements are good areas to meet people who also share your interests. After a presentation, you may find people approach you to engage in conversations. That makes it simpler to make new social connections. After a speech, you also mingle with the audience as you answer their questions and look for fresh perspectives on your topic. During public speaking, you can also give the audience the option of getting in touch with you by listing contact information on slides or handouts. You can also direct them to your website where they can find more information about you. There are numerous benefits of networking in the realm of public speaking that you need to dive into and make use of them.

Greater Personal Satisfaction

As said earlier, the fear of public speaking is a very common phobia, right up there with heights, and spiders. Most people would prefer to engage in almost other activities instead of standing and talking in front of a group of people. Delivering a speech sometimes feels intimidating and risky. The fears and insecurities associated with delivering a speech tend to multiply as the speech draws closer. You ask yourself questions like, `what if I fail to answer the audience`s questions?’ `What if I forget my script?’ Public speaking gives you the opportunity to show yourself that, with courage and practice, you can accomplish the things that scare you the most. You`ll be surprised that what starts as a nightmare can be a personal boost.

Sharper Critical Thinking

Public speaking is a great way to build your critical thinking. When coming up with a good speech, you need a great deal of careful thought from your analysis of the audience to the last sentence. Having a message alone isn’t adequate – you also need to find a way to tailor a message to fit your audience. How can I make my points relevant to my audience? How can I help the audience understand my views? When you start thinking critically about your speaking style, you might come up with ways to enhance your general communication style whether at home or at work.

Stronger Communication Skills

As you write a speech, you need to think carefully about the best framework, persuasive strategy, and diction to deliver your message to your listeners. This type of thinking will help you improve your communication skills in other fields of your life. Social interactions, personal relationships, as well as work situations need you to communicate ideas to people, which is what public speaking focuses on as well. Public speaking can help you learn to compose yourself and calmly take up an opposing view, to deliver your ideas in an organized and coherent manner, as well as defend your views to others.

More Powerful Ability to Defend Your Viewpoint

Bonus reason: When you deliver a speech, you often need to put forward a well thought out argument. As you prepare, in the practice, and when you get on the stage, you`ll learn so much about the art of argument, especially if you engage your listeners in some form of questions and answer.

Deeper Confidence

The fear of public speaking doesn’t do any good to your confidence and self-esteem. It doesn’t boost your level of confidence but rather denies you the opportunity to show the world that you have valuable opinions and insights. Public speaking can effectively boost your self-esteem and confidence. Overcoming the insecurities and fears that come with public speaking is empowering. Your confidence will be boosted as you transition from speaking to small groups of people to large audiences. This will not only help you on stage but also in every day, whether in a meeting or on a date. While the fear of public speaking won’t disappear entirely, it will teach you how to handle your fear and turn your weaknesses into strengths.


What Hypnotherapy Can Do For You

The fear of saying the wrong thing or becoming tongue-tied can result in spiraling negativity as you visualize the shame and embarrassment this may cause. Hypnotherapy offers you a natural solution to overcoming the fear and anxiety of public speaking. It requires no type of prescribed medication and is entirely non-invasive. In most cases, it takes just a few sessions with a skilled hypnotherapist and you’ll be able to overcome your fears and enhance your confidence. As such you can remain cool, calm, and collected when speaking to an audience.

The hypnotherapist will help harness the power of your unconscious mind to mentally rehearse delivering an excellent speech and the outdated negative programming will be replaced by much positive thought patterns. The process will make you feel more excited and enthusiastic rather than jittery and nervous about the challenge. Additionally, you`ll have greater confidence and self-assurance with a belief that your speech will be just as valid as everyone else`s.

Hypnotherapy will assist you to deliver your speech in a calm, friendly manner, but in an assertive manner and its impact is long-lasting. Though hypnotherapy will not make you be the first one to leap to the stage, it will definitely make public speaking something you can deal with, rather than fear.


How do I Overcome my Fear of Public Speaking?

Our hypnotherapy is rapidly effective. Most patients require one or maybe two sessions. We combine hypnotherapy with other robust techniques, such as NLP and Time Line Therapy ™ to massively stack the odds in your favour. I became a hypnotherapist because I wanted to see people change. I was a volunteer trainer for the Samaritans 13 years ago. Since then, I have helped hundreds of people transform their lives by getting over barriers and overcoming their fear of public speaking. Based in central London, our hypnotherapy has been effective in overcoming the fear of public speaking not only in London but across the UK.

Imagine what it would feel like to stand up in front of your peers or a business audience and not just sound relaxed, but actually be calm and relaxed. You can achieve more by changing or letting go of that intensive motion of fear and anxiety that comes with public speaking. A change shouldn’t be hard and should be achieved in the shortest time possible. The tricky part is making the decision to change something. My hypnotherapy approach is professional and caring, and with my experience and expertise, you can rest assured that Kensington Coaching and Hypnotherapy will help you think critically, be more confident, and fruitful not only in your career but also in your day to day life.


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Ronal Shah

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Ronal is fully dedicated to powering you forward to achieving your ambitious goals. He trained listeners at the Samaritans to help callers in desperate, often suicidal, situations to move onwards and upwards with their lives. Prior to coaching, Ronal was General Manager at a mid sized company helping his staff get over their internal barriers and get massive results. Born in London, he has lived and worked all over the world, including Japan, Netherlands and the US. He is a Master Hypnotist.

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