Getting Over Yourself

November 16, 2009

Walk for inspiration, focus, and to quiet your nervousness

Filed under: Tips — Barbara Rocha @ 2:03 pm
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Instead of sitting down at the computer trying to force your presentation into being, go out and take a walk. And while you’re walking, examine your presentation aloud. The talking, the movement, work together to bring latent ideas to the front of your mind and begin to sort them–without stress and strain on your part.

At any point in the process (organizing, practicing, shortly before your presentation, or any time you feel stuck or overwhelmed), be kind to yourself, go take a walk and talk your ideas out loud. It’s the fastest way to come up with the ideas and the strongest way to make them yours.

People who participate in my seminars report this really works. So why not give it a try?

 

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