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How To Avoid Stage Fright

Follow these simple 5 steps, and you will feel much better about facing your audience. Believe what you’re conveying is of value, and your words will be listened to as well as appreciated!
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Astha Tamang-Maskey

on 3 July 2013

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Transcript of How To Avoid Stage Fright

HOW TO AVOID STAGE FRIGHT
Introduction
Singer/Songwriter/Sound Engineer
Step 1: Practice, Rehearse, and KNOW your material.
Step 5: Give yourself a pat on the back!
Step 2: Breathe and drink lots of water!
Deep Breathing Exercises
Virtual Presentation by: Astha Tamang-Maskey
Step 3: Dress Well!
Shine like a star!
Cue Cards
Mirror Practice
Videotape
Deep breath through your nose
Hold for 4-5 seconds
Release breath through your mouth
Keep your body hydrated!
Step 4: Motivate yourself.
YOU ARE AMAZING!
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