Do you “blackout” and can’t remember what you said while speaking?
How do you put the “blackout” feeling into perspective?
“You need to accept your anxiety about public speaking.” When I first began my journey with overcoming stage fright, this was the advice I was given. I simply did not understand. I had been fighting and avoiding it for nearly 20 years!
Acceptance is one of the first steps to looking at anxiety in a new way at the workshop. It is learning to “coexist” with fear and strengthening your ability to bear the discomfort while reducing your emotional response to physical sensations of anxiety.
The recent Getting Over Stage Fright workshop group was yet another remarkable group, one traveling from Spain, another having a very delayed flight the night before and not using it as a reason to turn around and go back home.
The group was open to applying their new tools: accepting that they may experience distracting anxiety and that they could still function at a high level (autopilot).
Instead of their usual inner struggle of trying to fight against the fear, they began to think along the lines of, “I can be anxious and still speak clearly”.
They embraced the ability to trust their minds while feeling anxious. I told them that previous group members consistently reported a feeling of a “blackout” when they couldn’t recall what they said while speaking. They insisted that they must have sounded “incoherent, rambling, inarticulate”, and many other self-doubts.
The turning point came when it was explained how capable the brain is while experiencing high levels of anxiety, which makes for an analogy of the brain going on “autopilot”.
They learned that they could trust their minds to go on autopilot, that their minds can handle any situation…that they could trust in themselves.
UNIQUE WORKSHOPS IN ARAPIRACA, ARACAJU AND MACEIÓ.
THE SEVEN STEPS OF A TOP PRESENTATION IN ENGLISH
Who has not felt the sensation of fear or having butterflies in the stomach at the beginning of a professional presentation to a group of people?
What is needed to overcome this fear and deliver a presentation that blows the audience away?
This workshop is specifically focusing on giving the participants not only the tools but also the confidence to plan and execute a great and professional presentation.
During this workshop, participants will receive input on the key elements of a fantastic and interesting presentation, and they will have to deliver several short presentations, and receive personalized feedback on their performance from the instructor.
If you want to become an excellent presenter, this workshop is the start.
This unique and very dynamic 8 HOUR WORKSHOP will enable you to prepare, organize and deliver a
TOP PRESENTATION IN ENGLISH.
There are seven essential steps that you need to consider to guarantee a successful presention that has an great impact on your audience.
Here are the seven steps:
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IBT has been working in Brazil for the past 18 years and trained hundreds of professionals all over Brazil.
IBT offers this WORKSHOP to a selected group of Brazilian professionals in Arapiraca who wish to improve RAPIDLY their presentation skills.
ONLY 24 VACANCIES PER WORKSHOP!
Make your reservation a.s.a.p. and learn how to become a professional presenter IN ENGLISH!
RS 190.00 per person
8:00 - 18:00 (with a 2 hour lunchbreak)
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Sep 29 in Arapiraca - Oct 27 in Aracaju - Nov 10 in Maceió
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Good shoes take you places. Shoes symbolise much about a person. How you care for your shoes tells the world how you care for yourself and additionally others. What do your shoes say about you? #shoestyle#personalstyle
I spent the last week at the Talent Camp 2018. It was a great time and only based around Art. During this week we worked in 3 different workshops and it all ended in a presentation in the local church!
I defintly enjoyed my stay there and I'm flattered to have met so many like minded people and new friends. I'm also thankful that @mistaqe went with me. Without her I'd probably wouldn't have been so chill and way to excited.
Since it was my first camp experience I can't say much except that I had a great time and the food was great P:
More work of the week soon. ------------------
#introduction#presentation part 3
So why do we bother them with things they don’t need during the very small amount of our time and attention we grant them each day? Why not spend this time with your dog to thank him/her for who he/she is and what he/she brings to your life? One of the best way to show your appreciation to your dog is to respect its core essence and to let it be a Dog: sniffing the ground, rolling in mud, walking.
Walk with your dog. Don’t speak. Observe.
One day someone told me: “Dogs really just want to walk with you in nature” and it has never been so true. We see it every time we take him to the forest. He is not a “perfect” dog, he has his flaws and we have our own problems to deal with, but that is what every relationship is made of.
He definitely changed us, and for the better. We will continue to strive for a better understanding of Dogs in general. They truly deserve more.
If you read until there, congrats. We are aware that this is not a common opinion on dogs and education and that it’s a rather touchy subject or perhaps very controversial to say the least. But there are a lot of aspects that we did not develop this time but we will surely write more about those.
(also nothing of all this realisation would have been possible without this particular human who is our educator and to whom we are very grateful)
Disclaimer: this is our own reflection and it can be pretty hard to understand it fully as it is still fresh and new to us. We tried our best to make it the clearer possible. We don’t intend to make everyone change their mind and to do as we said. We find it interesting to share this view as we believe it is important to reassess our relationship with our dogs. We are not here to tell the right or the wrong and this is not our roles.
Le rêve de Debby a commencé dans son couloir, là où une immense carte du monde 🗺 était accrochée. Chaque soir, elle contemplait les recoins de la Terre 🌎 et s’était faite la promesse de faire le tour du monde. Un petit détail l’a réconforté dans ce choix : un grain de beauté sur un de ses doigts de pieds que sa maman lui disait « il signifie que tu vas beaucoup voyager »✈️. Elle en était très fière ! 💁🏾♀️
A l’âge de 7 ans, elle a fais son premier grand voyage seule en Martinique. L’hôtesse qui l’accompagnait lui avait donné une petite pochette avec pleins de jeux pour le vol. Elle avait adoré ce petit cadeau 🎁 et depuis, pour les séjours en France ou à l’étranger, elle se préparait une petite trousse 🛍avec tous les accessoires qu’elle aurait besoin pendant ses vacances. •
Son tour du monde a alors commencé dans son couloir jusqu’en Australie 🇦🇺 en passant par l’Asie et pleins d’autres lieux incroyables🎊
Aujourd’hui, lorsqu’elle regarde Ma Boîte à Voyage, Debby revoit l’excitation qu’elle avait lorsqu’elle confectionnait avec soin ses petites trousses remplies de trésors de voyageur🍭
Quand il était petit, Guillaume 🙋🏻♂️partait sur la route des vacances, c’était son moment préféré. La voiture familiale 🚗 qui tirait la vieille caravane🚍, les gens de passage sur les airs d’autoroute, le parfum de l’été☀️ qui se rapprochait au fil des heures, et surtout les outils de voyage que possédaient ses parents : une carte pliable avec tous les points stratégiques à voir sur la route, les couverts 🍽 de tables rouges qui se pliaient sur eux-mêmes dans une assiette en plastique verte, les gourdes d’eau avec une boussole incrustée dedans, les coussins kitsch qui se gonflaient dans la voiture pour mieux dormir⛺️
Lorsqu’il a commencé à voyager par lui-même, il se mettait à fouiller un peu partout afin de trouver des choses qui étaient dans son budget. Mais ça lui prenait un temps fou et tout était au dessus de son budget.
Aujourd’hui, lorsqu’il regarde Ma Boîte à Voyage, il revoit cette vieille voiture familiale qui contenait les objets farfelus, kitsch et indispensables à la route et le bonheur de voyager sereinement 😋