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Contents Introduction, 00 Your Anxiety IQ-A Test to Determine Your Level of Stage Fright, 00 Part One-Understanding Your Fear of Public Speaking 1. What Causes Stage Fright?, 00 2. Identifying Your Fear-Provoking Thoughts, 00 3. Evaluating Your Fear-Provoking Thoughts, 00 4. Controlling Your Fear-Provoking Thoughts, 00 Part Two-Tools for Reducing Your Fear-Provoking Thoughts 5. Setting Goals, 00 6. Learning to Relax, 00 7. Dealing With Avoidance and Procrastination, 00 8. Improving Your Memory, 00 9. Practicing for Optimal Performance, 00 Part Three-Broadening Your Presentation Skills 10. Using the Public Speaker's Toolbox, 00 11. Creating the Right Impression (Impression Management), 00 12. Using Humor in Public Speaking, 00 13. Interviewing Successfully, 00 14. Managing Shyness, 00 Conclusion, 00 Appendices A. A Crash Course in Public Speaking B. Relaxation Transcript, 00 Selected References, 00 Index, 00 About the Author, 00
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Public speaking -- Psychological aspects.