If you have stage fright you know it, right? Maybe not.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt famously said in his First Inaugural Address that “we have nothing to fear but fear itself.” For many people who suffer from speech anxiety, that thought resonates personally and powerfully every day.
But suppose you don’t recognize that fear is a constant companion in your public speaking. What if the symptoms are more subtle, or appear to come from an entirely different direction? If the way that you think, feel, and respond seems to involve another issue, you may not realize you actually have fear of public speaking.
Overcoming your speech anxiety is never easy. This resource will help you with a little thinking and self-examination to help you figure out what's really going on.
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