Hello, friend! Thanks for making Sarah and I part of your journey as you grow in confidence in your business and life
Speaking, presenting, and putting your ideas out in the world can be nerve wracking! There’s a very real chance that the thing you’re trying doesn’t work or falls flat. It’s possible you even…*gasp*…make a mistake!
Yes, screwing up or even failing is a very real possibility in any whenever you speak or present. Not meeting your goals or getting a bit of poor feedback can rattle your confidence. Believe me, Sarah and I completely understand where you’re coming from.
But not putting yourself out there isn’t an option either. So what do you do when that gremlin inside you is beating you up and leaving your confidence and psyche badly bruised? You take action, take a good, objective look at the situation, and give yourself a real critique that will help move you forward instead of holding you back.
To help you do this, I’ve put together a worksheet for you – the worksheet I personally use to help me get out of a negative headspace after giving a performance that I feel isn’t up to par.
Just put in your name and email below, and I’ll send you the worksheet along with a video that will help you deal with mistakes or so-called “failures” when you give a presentation, as well as other resources to help you on your journey to better, more confident speaking.
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