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Okay, just get up on that podium.
Alright! I am here. That was easy. Now I just need a...
Oh my gosh! How many people are in the audience? A hundred?
A thousand ? Don't count. Ok. I can do this and focus on my notes.
What do I have written down again? Uh.. Hello, my...
Okay, if this sounds like your worst nightmare, you're not alone.
Actually, you are one of the estimated seventy percent of the
population that has an intense fear of public speaking.
And that's okay, because on today's Wellcast, we've got our Triple-P method
that will get you through and get you calm during that next oral report,
and keep your breakfast where it belongs, you're ready?
Many polls list public speaking as the most commonly reported phobia among Americans.
It's called Glossophobia, meaning literally, fear of the tongue.
A study by Texas Christian University
tested forty eight women and forty eight men enrolled in a public speaking class
and found that those who exhibited high-trait anxiety
had the most physical symptoms of distress when speaking publicly.
So, what if you're the kind of person whom any bit of social acrobatics
is tantamount to entering a lions den?
Hey, calm down! Ok, I'm just kidding, but seriously, calm down, alright?
We've got our Triple-P method
that'll get you through that next public speaking gig.
Pause and print this wellcast worksheet.
Step 1: Prepare! Prepare! Prepare!
We said it three times because it's that important.
There are two things that are going to be prepared.
Number one, knowing your subject backwards and forwards!
Two, knowing exactly how you gonna present it step-by-step.
In your Wellcast worksheet,
write down the major points that you want to get across to the audience.
Get the ideas out of your head and onto the paper.
And the next column to the right.
Start ordering these points in a logical manner,
arguing your points to the audience,
and wanting them over as like a boxing match.
First, start with some fancy footwork.
A fact or an anecdote that will hook the audience in
and get them to pay attention to you.
Then, throw a couple of swings supporting evidence for your arguments stance personal stories,
something that will start to convince the audience that you're taking control.
And finally the knockout. A landing blow, a statement that's memorable,
convincing, and sums up your speeches position.
Alright, step 2: posture and physicality a key.
Part of keeping your anxiety obey.
What giving a speech is knowing what to do with your body.
Before your speech, avoid large meals and dairy products which will make you feel like you need to clear your throat incessantly.
Bring a bottle of water on stage if you're allowed.
Don't be afraid to take sips throughout your speech, it will keep your voice natural.
And it gives you a moment to pause and regain your composure if needed.
Stand naturally, not too stiff or slumped.
Good posture can help you breath and speak easier.
And it will let your audience know that you're calm and in control.
Step 3: Pander to your audience.
The best public speakers know how to work the room.
Don't be completely serious analyzing the occasion calls for it.
Don't read entirely off the cards. Keep a natural cadence and pace.
Throw a joke or aside in. It'll draw in a laugh.
If there's a silence, then turn that into a joke. Stay natural, self effacing,
and the audience will be on your side! Let's recap!
You rather face a poisonous reptiles than public speak, huh?
Well, follow the Wellcast tripple-P checklist.
Prepare extensively for your speech. Know your content backwards and forwards,
and figure out the absolute best way to present it and win over your audience.
Watch your posture and physicality. This includes everything
from standing naturally to breathing from your diaphragm.
And pander to your audience. Keep them in the palm of your hand,
and with easy demeanour, natural cadence,
and of course, jokes.
Tweet us at WatchWellCast. Email us at WatchWellCast@gmail.com.
Or leave a comment down below. We'll see you next time.



より自信をもってスピーチする方法(Be a More Confident Public Speaker)

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Sunny Hsu 2018 年 4 月 1 日 に公開    Tomomi Shima 翻訳    Hoshie Go チェック



phobia の意味は「恐怖症」です。よく見かける恐怖症の例として, acrophobia「高所恐怖症」、trypophobia「集合体恐怖症」、claustrophobia「閉所恐怖症」、demophobia「群集恐怖症」、astraphobia「雷恐怖症」などがあります。
What is your phobia? Most people have something they are really scared of.

dairy は「乳製品の」という意味です。なので,dairy cattleは「乳牛」,dairy farm は「酪農場」という意味になります。また, dairy product は「乳製品」を指します。dairyとdiaryは似ているなので,間違わないように!
Keep dairy to a minimum because most dairy products are high in saturated fat.

3pander to3:07
pander to の意味は「迎合する」です。マイナスのイメージを帯びることが多く、低俗で品性のない人に調子を合わせるさまを表します。例えば、わいせつな記事を書いて読者を喜ばせ、彼らの興味を引くことで購入者や読者を増やすなど。
Forced by intense competition, the media has no choice but to pander to its readers.

recap は「要点をまとめる」という意味です, summaryと違う点は、 summary はすべての「まとめ」であるのに対し、recapは比較的「要点」に重きを置いていて,論理的に整理し、話のポイントをより分かりやすくするというところにあります。
The teacher's doing a recap of today's materials.

5in the palm of your hand3:58
in the palm of your hand とは、まるであなたの手のひらに掴まれているような状態をさし、「完全に掌握する」という意味になります。
As a skilled speaker, he really knows how to put audience in the palm of his hand.


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