3. Be present.
You have to be physically and mentally present. Talk about your speech as confidently as possible and remember to speak in a manner that will help your audience relate to you easily. When you do, the audience will be able to relate easier to your topic and won’t actually notice that you are under a panic attack. Also, you have to be keen on your body language. You may not be fully confident, but a good body language will translate otherwise.
Here are three steps to be present in the moment:
Step 1: Stay grounded. Keep your feet firm on the ground.
Step 2: Breathe and let it energise you.
Step 3: Feel the environment around you.