Successful presentations are composed of three parts:
2. Empathasizing with your audience
3. Not caring what they think about you
If you’re not having fun, add fun to it.
It makes everything easier
It’s your choice.
Are you the victim?
Or the victor?
Be the victor and have control over your life.
The important thing is to try.
Your trying leads to something. That something is usually bad, but with practice turns into something good and with more practice becomes great.
Don’t expect the first draft to be perfect. It never is.
To get better at anything. Do more of that thing.
Try > Bad > Good > Great
Something that can be seen or is unseen.
We’ve all got something going on that makes us unique.
A physical feature is usually seen by others.
A mental feature or capability can’t be seen, but used in stealth until they figure it out.
Make use of your something.
The end of a project or a plan or a business comes when hope is gone. When your enthusiasm runs out. When there’s nothing to look forward to.
If you’re trying to keep it alive, pour some hope on it.
How to build your confidence:
Defeat your fear by feeling the fear but doing it anyway.
You’ll see it on every talent related TV show.
Every contestant starts with a low level and gains more of it as they get more approval and feedback.
What is this one thing?
Grow your confidence and you’ll grow your success. Know that you can do it and do it well and it will show.
Be careful! Too much confidence and you’ll get a big head full of hubris.
Pepper your confidence with people who keep you grounded and you’re bound for success and happiness.
The safe area for merging into traffic decreases for every minute that you wait