Overcoming Nerves - In Public Speaking And Entertaining - Part 2
Many people often assume that those of us who stand up to perform or to speak in public are not troubled by nervousness and that their own attempts would only be doomed to failure. These thoughts only exacerbate the feelings. When they do attempt to speak, their mouth goes dry, the hands begin to sweat, the stomach churns and a feeling of nausea takes over. Very often they begin to tremble and the brain seems to stop working.