How to overcome stage fright?

Rehearse
We all are familiar with the quote ‘practice, and dedication can guarantee success’. This same saying is applicable for conquering stage phobia as well. According to research, a person’s success related to the onstage delivery of speeches is directly linked to their preparation and practice.

It’s important to rehearse any act or presentation several times before showcasing it on Broadway. To attain success, practice your speech every day in front of your home’s mirror. Or, you can also perform in front of your colleagues and friends and ask them for feedback and reviews.
Recreate
We all love to procrastinate and daydream. We often weave scenarios and visualize their future outcomes. Likewise, you can use your mind and visualization powers to recreate your future performance.

Remember to expect positive outcomes from the stage performance when using your imagination powers. Staying focused on positive images will boost your confidence.
Relax
Inhale and exhale. Taking long breaths between our speeches helps us feel relaxed and refreshed. Similarly, we often draw in short breaths whenever we feel nervous.

It’s important to ensure your body and overall senses are calm and relaxed before climbing on the stage. According to research, practising breathing exercises for a few minutes daily will help you eliminate stage fear.

One of the most effective ways to keep your breath normal is to indulge in abdominal breathing. Place your hand on the belly, and feel it going up and down whenever you breathe out and breathe in.
Reframe
It’s common to feel nervous at the beginning of the performance. Try to harness this nervous energy instead of suppressing it. Sometimes, nervousness can enhance your passion and focus on performance. Convince your body and mind that you’re excited instead of feeling nervous.

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