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by Janice Tomich

Anxiety and excitement are similar emotions. Both are high states of arousal accompanied by things such as a rapid heart rate, dry mouth, sweaty palms and sometimes a feeling of being outside of your body.

We view anxiety as negative thoughts, as uncomfortable. Excitement, on the other hand has a postive energy. It’s a feeling we’d much rather feel.

The good news is you can trick your brain into feeling excited instead of anxious, using awareness and reframing techniques.

Positive thinking and using affirming self talk can flip the switch from anxiety to excitement. When you feel anxiety bubbling up, say out loud, “I feel excited.”

Using this tip, to change a negative mindset to a positive one, and you’ve set yourself up nicely for your next presentation.

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