Scientists offer advice on what to do to fight the stage fright.
Regardless of whether you're on a stage singing a song, in an office giving a presentation, public speaking, taking a test, running a football or fighting a tiger, your fight or flight system operates in the exact same way. So what can you do about it?
More loss-averse participants had lower striatal activity (and thus performed worse) when playing for large potential wins
I'd like to share five strategies to help you use fear in a productive way, get calm and grounded, and make a powerful impression when you're speaking to an audience during workshop, seminar, retreat, or live event.
Nervous before a big interview? Or a major exam or speech? Well, whatever you do, don’t calm down. Because new research finds
Sweaty palms. Dry mouth. A throbbing heart. At some point, most of us have experienced these awful symptoms of stage fright. And we've all heard that deep-breathing and other techniques for calming down are best for reining in these symptoms.
In this experiment, those who read "get excited" scored 8 percent higher on average than those in the other groups. "It’s
3. I don't have a "normal" vagina. We stress over our jobs, our relationships, our finances and our friendships -- and unfortunately
People aren't on the sidelines judging our lives with the clipboard and whistle, and we shouldn't be either.
Studies show that when people are allowed to make mistakes, they are significantly less likely to actually make them! Let me explain.