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You have shed some light on the fear of public speech by building up one's confidence and belief and practice. Thanks.|
One of a few things I have picked up is that making yourself comfortable will make others comfortable as well, and another is called as "You are the message", which means that you are sending signals about what kind of person you are, by your eyes, your facial expression, your body movement, your vocal pitch, tone, volume and intensity, your commitment to your message, your sense of humor ... in a word, be yourself.
I'd agreed with you about the interchangeable of big and small things. You see, it all comes down to a dialogue which doesn't matter how you would talk to a person or to a thousand people an long as you are confident and comfortable.
Hmmm, it makes me move on to the next topic. You see, a shy person is getting nervous when he/she is making a chit-chat.
My question is that
How does a shy person improve a small talk with another person? And more importantly, how can a shy man keep the good conversation going?
Any idea and suggestion?
Originally posted by lotus_flower at 2007-3-13 12:53
First of all we should learn how to believe in ourselves and rely on ourselves, or we will have almost no one to rely on.
And don't think about the coming speech all the time, this won't help, ...
[ Last edited by changzhou007 at 2007-3-14 09:58 AM ]