If we feel comfortable speaking to one other person, why does speaking to 5, 10 or more make us anxious?
Professional speakers say they address an audience as if they are talking to only one person – all of us can do that.
Why do we hang out with people who make us feel stressed when we could just as easily keep company with people who make us feel calm?
Or keep working in stressful situations when we could make it a priority to find other work?
Anxiety is like tape – when you come in contact with it, it sticks to you. To get it off of you, you have to peel it off.
High expectations, social media networks, being hounded by digital devices is not going to stop anxiety, it’s going to make it worse.
Get a leg up on anxiety by peeling it off once you realize it is sticking to you.
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