Presentation Prep: When that little voice of self-doubt starts talking to you

Train Like A Champion

I’ve been working with a bunch of colleagues to prepare a slew of presentations that will be delivered over the next several weeks. Several of my colleagues have expressed their concerns about whether they will be able to put on a good show for their audience. I, myself, have felt these same doubts about my own upcoming presentations.

As I was checking my Twitter feed last week, I was surprised to see similar thoughts of self-doubt coming from Jane McGonigal.

Self-doubt

This, coming from a NewYorkTimes bestselling author of one book who has also delivered some of my favorite TED talks.

It made me feel better. It seems that everyone, regardless of how successful, has a little voice of self-doubt. It probably means that we really care about what we’re doing. That’s the good news.

The bad news, however, is that just because everyone has that little…

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