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Public speaking is described as one of the most common phobias around. According to a study, 75% of Americans suffer from anxiety in relation to public speaking, which means that three out of four people would refrain from speaking in public. As a matter of fact, even seasoned veterans may experience speech nervousness. Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln, Prince Harry, Jennifer Aniston, and Adele are few of the examples of celebrities who feel anxious when facing a crowd. Here are some of the tops to overcome this phobia:
Rehearsing is the biggest key to become a confident speaker. Having an audience of trusted reviewers to give feedback is the most effective way to enhance your presentation skills and feel more confident in front of the crowd. You may also recording yourself and play back the file to identify and weaknesses in your speech.
High anxiety levels can cause dry mouth, which can make it extremely difficult to communicate effectively. Keeping a water bottle along with you when presenting can help you stay hydrated.
Imagine yourself going on a stage and successfully sharing your message across the audience and receiving a good response from them
You may well think of some positive outcomes that can happen but if you are worrying you are almost certainly thinking of a whole range of things that can go wrong. Creating these thoughts in your imagination is like experiencing them in reality and you unconsciously create the exact reaction that you would have if these things really did occur.
Focusing on the best outcome that can happen, or on a range of possible positive outcomes can reduce your anxiety. Try asking yourself the simple question ‘What would I like to happen?’ Just ask yourself that question and imagine what it would be like if that were to happen. Maybe you could create a picture in your mind, or you can imagine what things you would say to yourself and how you would feel. You could also try writing down a description of that outcome. One advantage of doing this is that you can read it back to yourself from time to time if you get anxious again in the future.
Adrenaline causes breathing to become shallow. Holding the breath in anticipation of what will follow only leads to
Some of us will recognise that awful moment when you are standing in front of a group of people and your mind just goes blank. The chances are, if you took a moment to notice, you are probably holding your breath. In
Watch for the adrenaline to show up and don’t let it surprise you. Determine how adrenaline manifests for you—butterflies, palpitations or racing thoughts—and begin to expect these symptoms as a natural prelude to speaking. As soon as the symptoms show up, say to yourself, “Oh, good. My MOJO is here!” It’s true! When you harness adrenaline, you command the room. Why would you want to resist this power? The challenge is not overcoming nervousness, it is turning fear into energy before you begin over-thinking the process.
Standing straight and holding a strong physical pose makes one feel more confident and creates a sense of self-assurance. Practicing confident body language is an effective way to calm nerves and reduce the levels of anxiety. When your body exhibits confidence in its posture, the mind follows the suit. Also, make sure to maintain a smile during a presentation as it exhibits confidence and enthusiasm.
According to researchers, exercise can ease nervousness and anxiety by releasing endorphins, the feel-good chemicals in the brain. Exercise also increases body temperature, which causes an all-over calming effect. It helps you to reduce anxiety levels and makes you feel more confident.
Arriving early will give you enough time to settle down before the talk as well as adjust to the environment. Spending a certain time in the actual presentation room and practicing there will also increase your comfort level.
Knowing and understanding your topic minimises fear. Your audience is there to listen to the message you want to impart. Having a good command on the subject that you are about to speak will enable you to communicate more effectively, allowing you to remain calm during the presentation.
Anxiety causes people to talk at a much faster rate than they actually do. A good practice is to rehearse pauses in your speech, perhaps to emphasise key messages. Training your mind automatically reminds you to slow down during the presentation and allows the audience time to process the material effectively.
You cannot conquer fear without accepting your fear. Anxiety only intensifies when one keeps wondering if others can notice their apprehension. With these tips, transform your nervous energy into positive enthusiasm.
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like there is no tomorrow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqBkf5ibktU
blob jump official world record http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8BX6v9k9CU
crazy close shave pass during wingsuit jump in norway crazy close shave pass during wingsuit jump in norway
Danny MacAskill Way back home http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cj6ho1-G6tw
Epic trick shot battle dude perfect http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_2eU1ykV3k
experience zero gravity http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhPqn7MuDy0
freeskier phil meier profile http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqApF3VnzfQ
gopro hd hero – best of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgPO46D7Eow
jaxon wong 2011 sampler http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhf_QP3ARF4
just jump skydives http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTvMv2AG6wM
lassi huskainen angry birds http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVzW3OGq7kM
mike wilson 99 foot rope swing quadruple backpflips http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwoI9t0e11k
pool skateboarding http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EH5tpZdkAJY
pro riders in action http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVU0qxNSGjI
reel rock 2010 trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVRDb1CBh58
sepaktakraw vigo cup 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rq_p8_HQ9eE
snowscoot euro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RapsKMQXw0w
speed flying ultimate rush http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAq2P0tEXzA
the art of flight – snowboarding film trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kh29_SERH0Y
the hd hero2_ 2x as poweful in every way http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUEZCxBcM78
the water http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-gARuGBSdw
winter x games 15 torsten hogmo triple http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJSzjCJ21CQ
worlds widest slip and slide http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aF_OQuu3Ap0
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From naked base jumping, skydiving, motorcycle jumps to people risking their lives all in the cause of excitement I have captured it all, check this out
Research has tried to explain the neuropsychological reasons which guide some people to look for ‘no limit’ experiences and such studies have associated the ability some activities have to increase the secretion of adrenaline to certain people’s need to take risks, their inclination to look for extreme feelings and their extravagant and varied tendencies in everyday life. The body’s chemical response is related to the ability certain ‘no limit’ situations have to activate a feeling called ‘attack or flight’, which can make us get the shivers, a pleasurable experience for those who often search for this type of experience. In fact, these people experience a feeling of danger which activates survival mechanisms as a response to stress and in order to cope with the neuro-physiological changes within them.
Thrill is the single most attractive factor in people’s interest for extreme sports. The adrenaline rush is what differentiates it from any other type of sports. The thrill that is derived in extreme sports is highest. The athletes are fully exposed and at the mercy of direct danger. The catch is how to maintain composure and apply skills when it is in extreme scenario. Extreme sports are also widely condemned for the same reason. As many don’t think it is a game to put one’s self in harm’s way with full throttle, without understanding the intensity of consequences.
Skateboarding, surfing, climbing, mountain biking, sky diving, free running, bungee jumping, paragliding and white water rafting are probably the most popular extreme sports in the world, practiced by many enthusiasts, both beginners and pros. In order to achieve performance in either one of these sports you need to have skills, backbone and dedication. You need to be mentally prepared to handle any extreme situation and survive despite all odds. A strong will and a great wish for self-improvement are needed, if you are serious about practicing extreme sports, and money, fame and pride have no connection with the resolution athletes make before going out to challenge themselves.
Enjoy this amazing, inspirational video showing that humans are truly amazing, living life to the maximum making you want to get up off that sofa and do something that is truly awesome. I want to get this buzz and film it with a drone so i can show my grand kids.
Nothing is IMPOSSIBLE!
We’re all dying, but most of us strive to stay alive for as long as possible. Still, many of us want to explore and experience as much as we can in this time. This often puts us at higher risk of adverse events than the average couch potato, but hopefully these activities also bring extra pleasure and excitement to our lives. And how big are the risks anyway?
This Beautiful Wingsuit Pilot Likes to Take Her Clothes Off Roberta Mancino is an Italian renaissance woman: she skydives, she BASE jumps, she wingsuits, she swims with sharks and other large sea creatures, and when he has a free moment she does a bit of modelling, too. Her twitter account bio reads “world record holding skydiver ,wing suit pilot, base jumper,kick boxer, shark diver and lover of life.
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Using a wingsuit to fly for me looks like a new form of suicide than sport but I am not a pilot and those base jumpers that enjoy the sport bring to us mere mortals amazing footage.A wingsuit flight normally ends by deploying a parachute, and so a wingsuit can be safely flown from any point that provides sufficient altitude for flight and parachute deployment—normally a skydiving drop aircraft, or BASE-jump exit point. The wingsuit flier wears parachute equipment specially designed for skydiving or BASE jumping.
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