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When I would speak up during a meeting or have to teach/present something in my old job I would pretend nobody was listening to me to keep my pace and confidence up. Most of the time I would look across the room and see I was correct.
外围体育投注My current job has me in similar situations fairly frequently and I look across the room and I realize everyone is actually listening to me and it shakes me for a second.
外围体育投注Maybe I'm more confident in what I'm talking about now, maybe the people I'm speaking to are more willing to listen, or maybe it's all in my head. Whatever the case, I've found that as long as you tell your story or make your point you're good because if anyone asks questions or follows up it's a lot easier to "speak" directly to that person rather than a whole group.
外围体育投注This has definitely happened to me. I've been half way through a story and noticed that everyone is actually super engaged/laughing their asses off/on the edge of their seat and thought to myself how excited everyone is for the payoff/punchline and then just went completely cant-even-remember-my-own-name blank, just dead silent mid sentence with no hope of recovery and a circle of people wondering if I'm having a stroke. Good times.
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