May 7, 2014

A Scientifically Proven Way to Reduce Public Speaking Jitters

In today’s video I interview Sara Oliveri who is a life coach, speaker and graduate of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology program. She’s also a recent TEDx presenter.  This was a big dream for Sara so I knew it was important.  I knew she would be nervous.  Wouldn’t you be? But Sara learned one very unique technique from the founders of TED themselves that allowed her to calm her nerves and deliver an amazing speech! Watch for this amazingly simple technique.

Sara Oliveri shares Two Steps to Happiness in this incredible TEDx talk. Watch it now here.

I’d love to hear from you. What techniques do you use to reduce nervousness? Leave a comment below.

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  1. It was great to see your smiles. Great interview, Louisa.

    Many congrats, Sara. You really inspired by stretching your tenacity and perspective strengths. Love your gutsy grit. And I appreciate your public speaking savvy and tips. Especially that it did not matter if you were nervous!

    Keep on delivering!

    Many thanks,
    Judy Krings, Ph.D., PCC

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  2. Nice video and thanks to Louisa for bringing it to us. Point very well taken about the more or less inevitable nervousness that many of us experience when we have to make a presentation. One simple clue I found useful as a self-talk before making a presentation goes like this: “It’s completely normal and natural to have butterflies before a presentation and the solution is to instruct the butterflies to fly in formation”.

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