If y'all can remember, I presented my testable question to you guys, what was it, February 1st? Well, you may not have noticed, but I was rubbing my wrists the whole time I talked. That's because I was getting temporary glossophobia, commonly known as performance anxiety or STAGE FRIGHT. Glossophobia comes from the Greek roots 'glosso', which means speech in Greek, and 'phobia' which means fear in Greek. Literally: glosso + phobia = glossophobia! Although you can look up various stretches, and stuff, I find it most effectual to occupy your hands. However, don't shake them, rub them, or make it obvious to your audience that your nervous. Try to point to direct their attention to your presentation, which will both help them figure out your presentation better, and occupy your hands. If you play an instrument, you might notice that, as nervous as you are to perform, once you start playing, you're on a roll! Presenting isn't much different. Since you talk a LOT during a presentation, do something to focus your attention on the presentation. Keep those hands moving, and your lips moving, and focus on your presentation. Whatever happens, act like you are in CHARGE of you presentation (because you kind of are) and their opinions won't stop you. Your presentation probably doesn't rely on opinions, so, don't worry about what they think. If you stutter a bit, that's okay. It's only natural for people to get nervous. So, in a nutshell. keep your hands and lips moving, and push forward with POWER! Thank you!