The #1 fear for the average person is not spiders, or snakes, or even clowns…
It’s public speaking.
This fear is something that most people joke about, blowing it off as stage fright or simply identifying as an introvert. However, the anxiety surrounding this situation can be severely damaging.
A lot of people get skipped over for promotions… because of this fear.
A lot of people will never reach their fullest potential… because of this fear.
A lot of people will miss out on once-in-a-lifetime experiences… because of this fear.
There is not enough conversation around public speaking anxiety and how to overcome it – so we are changing that today.
Where does public speaking anxiety come from?
More often than not, the fear of public speaking is rooted in previous traumatic events or underlying beliefs. It could be learned behavior from watching someone else experience anxiety at a young age, or the belief that you’d never be as good at it as someone else is.
The root cause of your public speaking anxiety lives in your subconscious mind. This means that you might not even be aware of why you are fearful of presenting in front of an audience, since the reasoning isn’t in the forefront of your mind.
So how do you fix that?
You must address the root of your public speaking anxiety by unlocking your subconscious mind.
We only operate from 5% of our brain on a daily basis, and there is a whole world to uncover once you access your subconscious!
But how do you do that?
Being walked through a state of hypnosis allows you to view your previous experiences and deep-rooted beliefs from a neutral perspective. You can see them for what they are without an emotional attachment – not necessarily good or bad.
By doing this, you can acknowledge the belief that’s been holding you back from public speaking and release it. That anxiety no longer serves a role in your life, and it’s time to let it go.
There is no need to live in fear any longer. There is no need to miss the next promotion. Now is the time to take control of your future and leave your public speaking anxiety in the past.
—Kannary Keo, Aloha Wellness