Have you ever felt jittery in front of people? Maybe it was that time when you had to give a presentation at work. Or when you made an announcement at church. Or sang your heart out at karaoke night. Do you remember the sweaty palms, the dry throat, the knot in your stomach?
I'm sure you do. Stage fright is universal. In fact public speaking has been consistently ranked as the number one fear in America. Now imagine how it must feel to find yourself before a large audience when you're seven years old and four feet tall!
Performance jitters happen everywhere - especially in the life of a child. It could be on the soccer field or the basketball court. It could be at a dance exhibition or a gymnastics competition. It could be onstage at a school play or in class giving a PowerPoint presentation.
The six lessons in this audio are powerful and easy for you to teach to your child and help them to implement. They will give your child the poise, self-confidence, and charisma to handle any kind of performance with success and present the best of themselves to others - now and throughout their life!
What members say
- Ms. Mac
I liked it- short and direct
I thought it had some good tips on ways to talk about stage fright with a child. Book was nicely short and to the point. Not necessarily from a child psychology view point, just someone who suffered and over came this type of anxiety. Read by the author not a professional reader, the book is so short it hardly matters; also, his voice is full of sincerity and compassion- so- so what if it a super glossy presentation.