Have you ever wondered how a public speaker hits the stage with a cool speech without struggling for words at the end gets a lot of applause? You will be surprised to learn that great orators began their career fighting their worst enemy, the stage fright.
Public speaking requires a lot of energy level, juggling with words and ideas. On the stage, you take the responsibility of convincing people about a new idea or concept. As the number of audiences grows, it would be hard to retain attention unless you have years of experience in public speaking. The best way to overcome stage fear is to face the stage frequently. The man in this picture is facing the stage first time struggling for the words.
Don’t let this happen to you. Practice, practice, and practice make you confident to face the stage.