How A “Lackadaisical Attitude” gave me courage!!

I can’t stand in front of a class or assembly to speak,
That’s what you’ll tell your close friend.
You can’t voice out your opinion openly,
There’s a solution to that actually, but it will cost you some money.
There are public speaking classes everywhere which can aid you to overcome stagefright and this timid nature.
One of the main reasons you want to attend a public speaking workshop is to eliminate stagefright.
You want to take the class but your pocket says otherwise and your stuck between crossed roads.
Well… I have prepared a Simple and FREE means of still achieving the same desired result which I’ll be sharing with you if you read further…

Nobody wants to be called lackadaisical and non-challant.
This is an attitude people and society deject totally,
Butโ€” there are some positive sides to non-challance
Surprising right?? ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿค“

It is called an “I don’t care attitude” in simple terms.
Mindset is the greatest guide that one has
Once it’s positioned right, it proves good.
A friend of mine asked me few months ago “How I was able to stand in front of 10,000 – 100,000 people and speak comfortably without stagefright??”
I gave a simple and an apt answer which is the solution I promised to share with you.

” I go on stage with the mentality that I don’t care whether I make a speech error or stage management error or any kind of error at all. At least you won’t have the guts to approach me and remind me of my error during my speech”
Funny right?? ๐Ÿค“๐Ÿ˜…
But, this is a simple mindshift that once created in yourself will prove good.

You don’t necessarily need to attend a public speaking workshop to achieve that
The simple trick will do the work

Ponder Yonder on this simple trick.

Nigel Zara

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