Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Strategies for reducing stress before a presentation, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia and I'm here to help you…enhance the design, creation,…and delivery of your instructional materials.…Now this week we're focused on strategies…for reducing stress before delivering your content.…As an instructor,…you've become accustomed…to talking in front of groups of people,…but we all run into circumstances where the anticipation…of a performance can become especially stressful.…Now this tends to happen most often…when we're about to give a talk to a large audience…or simply a camera and a microphone.…
Here are a few tips that you can use…to help bring that stress level back under control…and deliver a great performance to your learners.…The first is to simply breathe and re-center yourself.…Sit down if possible, and gently close your eyes.…Then inhale through your nose.…As you do, count to five to yourself,…taking in a deep breath that completely fills your lungs.…Then hold that breath for a few seconds…as you count to three.…
Then slowly exhale through your mouth, counting to 10,…
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