Changing the Position of My Shoulder Blades Can Make Me a Better Public Speaker?
Because your mind and body are connected, small changes to how you hold your body can give your mind a very different message about your own competence.
This insight is the basis of Amy Cuddy’s research into power postures, and it’s also why this video tip works:
Try This Tip, and Don’t Stop with Your Shoulder Blades!
Shoulder blades aren’t the only part of your body that can help you relax, enjoy, and master public speaking.
Your breathing can also make a world of difference.
So can your smile.
There’s lots of play with and learn about public speaking at the physical as well as the mental level.
So have fun with these techniques, and remember: Your shoulder blades are powerful, and so are you!