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Advise from stand up comedian Lee Glickstein

Advise from stand up comedian Lee Glickstein

Often people get very nervous in front of an audience and forget what a natural eye contact is. They either look very quickly at the audience or they try to see the audience as ‘one big eye’ and try to look at everyone at the same time. Or they just forget all together that there is an audience and feel better looking everywhere but the audience. Above you find some great advice what to do. Lee Glickstein had a problem with stage fright when he did his first presentations and he discovered that when you look at people in a one on one relationship, it gets so much easier. And he is right. If you have a small audience, just look at everyone as if they are your friends. And you really look at them and really talk to them!

It is all about eye CONNECTION, not just eye contact.

Often people get very nervous in front of an audience and forget what a natural eye contact is. They either look very quickly at the audience or they try to see the audience as ‘one big eye’ and try to look at everyone at the same time. Or they just forget all together that there is an audience and feel better looking everywhere but the audience. Above you find some great advice what to do. Lee Glickstein had a problem with stage fright when he did his first presentations and he discovered that when you look at people in a one on one relationship, it gets so much easier. And he is right. If you have a small audience, just look at everyone as if they are your friends. And you really look at them and really talk to them!

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