How To Improve Your Presentation Skills

Rex had problems when asked to do a presentation at work. He had recently been promoted and was expected to make regular presentations in front of colleagues and senior managers. As the day of the presentation approached he became more and more anxious, despite the fact that he was very familiar with the material he was presenting. He went hot and cold just thinking about it, began sweating and had difficulty sleeping the night before the presentation. He became anxious on his journey to work and dreaded the thought of everyone looking at him when he got to the room where the presentation was to take place, even though he knew nearly everyone there and was on good terms with them.

He decided that this state of affairs couldn’t go on, did a search on the internet and after a bit of research, thought that hypnotherapy could be the answer.

He came for the initial free consultation and explained his problem. I reassured him that he was not alone and that many people experienced nervousness when having to stand up and speak in front of a group. A certain level of stress is to be expected and once this is acknowledged he would be able to relax and actually enjoy the experience.

During the hypnosis session I helped re-programme his mind to feel confident about the whole experience, to gain control of his breathing, to relax the muscles of his body and to regard the group as his friends whom he could talk to as he would any group of friends.

After three sessions, over a three week period, he was amazed that he was able to do exactly as he had hoped. He was no longer anxious about the experince and realised that his fears had been unjustified. As hoped, he began to enjoy giving the presentations and his confidence grew.

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How To Improve Your Presentation Skills

Rex had problems when asked to do a presentation at work. He had recently been promoted and was expected to make regular presentations in front of colleagues and senior managers. As the day of the presentation approached he became more and more anxious, despite the fact that he was very familiar with the material he was presenting. He went hot and cold just thinking about it, began sweating and had difficulty sleeping the night before the presentation. He became anxious on his journey to work and dreaded the thought of everyone looking at him when he got to the room where the presentation was to take place, even though he knew nearly everyone there and was on good terms with them.

He decided that this state of affairs couldn’t go on, did a search on the internet and after a bit of research, thought that hypnotherapy could be the answer.

He came for the initial free consultation and explained his problem. I reassured him that he was not alone and that many people experienced nervousness when having to stand up and speak in front of a group. A certain level of stress is to be expected and once this is acknowledged he would be able to relax and actually enjoy the experience.

During the hypnosis session I helped re-programme his mind to feel confident about the whole experience, to gain control of his breathing, to relax the muscles of his body and to regard the group as his friends whom he could talk to as he would any group of friends.

After three sessions, over a three week period, he was amazed that he was able to do exactly as he had hoped. He was no longer anxious about the experince and realised that his fears had been unjustified. As hoped, he began to enjoy giving the presentations and his confidence grew.