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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Overcoming Stage Fright


Overcoming Stage Fright

Stage Fright is something that almost every actor or public speaker has experienced at one time or another. 

Stage Fright is also sometimes called performance anxiety. It is the feeling of fear many feel before going on stage in front of an audience. You can also get this feeling in front of movie cameras or before a presentation.  

One of our goals at Zombie Media is to help people become better actors, speakers, and presenters even if you are not one of our clients. Of course, we hope you become a client but in the end, we want to be helpful to the community. With that said, here are some tips for overcoming stage fright.

Stage Fright is a challenge for many people. Here are some strategies that might help:

1. Understand Your Fear: Recognize that stage fright is a common phenomenon. It's a natural response to a perceived threat, in this case, the fear of making a mistake or being judged.

2. Preparation and Practice: The more familiar you are with your material and the more you practice, the more confident you'll feel.

3. Positive Visualization: Visualize yourself delivering a successful speech or performance. This can help reduce anxiety and increase confidence.

4. Deep Breathing: Deep, controlled breathing can help calm your nerves. Try inhaling for a count of four, holding for a count of four, and exhaling for a count of four.

5. Exercise and Move Your Body: Physical activity releases endorphins, which can boost your mood and confidence.

6. Watch a Funny Video: Laughter can help you relax and reduce anxiety.

7. Take Time to Relax: Techniques like meditation and deep breathing exercises can help ease tension and calm your mind.

8. Shake Out Your Jitters: Physical movement can help release built-up tension. Try shaking your arms and legs, or doing a quick physical warm-up before you go on stage. You have probably seen performers do this before. 

9. Turn Negative Thoughts into Positive Ones: Replace self-destructive statements with positive affirmations.

10. Remember, It's Not About You: Focus on the message you're delivering and the value it provides to the audience, rather than worrying about your own performance.

Remember, overcoming stage fright takes time and practice. Be patient with yourself and celebrate your progress. Over time you will become better and have less stage fright. 

We hope you find this information helpful.

Good luck!

ZMP


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