Written by Ilaxi Patel

1. Possess Self Confidence Feelrepparttar Difference

Your strength lies in your own vision and outlook. Buildrepparttar 124089 confidence and be optimistic. Proceed ahead ‘I can do it and I will win’ The game is yours and you arerepparttar 124090 ‘Winner’ – Quite Naturally!

2. Mental Drive & Physical Energy Achieve aims with active mental drive and physical force by ‘Meditation’ and ‘Keep fit - Eat healthy attitude’ Pursue mental and physical drive excercises and aim for completion of tasks undertaken

3.Check your Potentialities Turn your talents into engines of success. Believe in your ownself andrepparttar 124091 things that you can do. Its simply amazing to find your own key factors to develop your potentialities to boost morally to climbrepparttar 124092 steep steps of success. It needs determination, vision, confidence alongwith competitive spirit.

4. Self Evaluation Develop qualities of self assessment. Recognize and learn from mistakes and failures. Measure success levels and check those decisions and actions, weaknesses and drawbacks. Discover within.

5.Set Goals Aim high to reachrepparttar 124093 skies. Goals are essence of planning and should be ambitious but achievable. Add zest with dynamic Leadership and motivated team


Written by Jacques Waisvisz


Have you attended meetings where you wanted and were expected to contribute and simply did not dare to get up and be heard? Have you toyed withrepparttar idea of giving workshops to increase your business, but shied away because you were too scared to get up in front of an audience?

Why is it that so many us, who have worthwhile contributions to make, avoid getting up in front of a group of people, to put our thoughts into words? Why is it that small vocal minorities often seem to get their way? Why is it that Toastmasters International attracts over 170,000 members every year? Because many people are afraid to address an audience.

A U.S. publication, "The Book of Lists" reports thatrepparttar 124088 greatest fear of people in North America is to get up in front of a group of people to make a presentation. You are not alone!

And what do most of us do to overcome this fear? We simply decline invitations to speak. In other words, we throw away opportunities for career advancement or increased business. We choose to remain in our comfort zone.

If we do accept to speak to an audience, we have a tendency to hide behind electronic wizardry rather than making our speech a promotional platform for ourselves and we fervently hope thatrepparttar 124089 audience does not notice our shaking knees, trembling hands and quivering voice.

Real communication takes place when one human being reaches out to others by using his or her own natural wizardry. Allrepparttar 124090 email, faxes and multi-media equipment inrepparttar 124091 world will not be able to replacerepparttar 124092 human voice, body language or emotion in communication.

Presentation skills are within all of us but we have often developed a negative attitude towards speaking in public. Many psychologists and therapists tend to agree that this phobia about public speaking might have developed as a learned negative behavior during our school years.

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