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What the Heck Should I Do With My Hands?

'What the heck should I do with my hands?' This question often comes up
when I'm helping clients improve their public speaking skills. Speaking in
front of a group of people, it’s easy to feel exposed and
self-conscious—which tends to exacerbate any anxiety we may feel about how
we represent ourselves or how we feel about the strength of our
content. Here are some tips I recommend about what to do with your hands
while on stage:

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All that time spent polishing, honing, and rehearsing your presentation...
Gone in a split second. You're on stage, paralysed by fear. You can't open
your mouth. Your heart is beating like a drum, and the fight-or-flight
reaction is in full swing.

What’s the best way to beat this terrifying paralysis? The more we can make
presenting feel habitual, the less nerve-wracking it will be.  This routine
made up of 15 simple habits will help you count down to every presentation
with less anxiety and better preparedness.