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Stage fright is an excellent point.

Seems the server had a little case of stage fright.

It's really cute and clever, and if my grandmother has used Google today, she was probably overcome with fright that she had broken something.

I'm in the same boat as OP as to B2Bness-of-product and experiencing cold-email-fright at the moment.

I find I feel a sort of stage fright at the thought of posting something for my 800 facebook 'friends' to read.

Whenever someone tells me that Jobs was a natural public speaker I tell them that he too had to overcome stage fright and worked hard to be what he is.

Mobile search today is an absolute fright.

This is just a little bit of stage fright before the curtain is about to be pulled up ...

Heck, just reading the articles about the switching mode power supplies- which every digital device today has- they declare with fright that the smps can emit frequencies up to 50,000 hz!

Umm, there were two things missing, in what happens during the stage fright, a lack of vocabulary happens quite often, I have seen, that when I have stage fright, I forget the rarely used connections, and only use the ones I know like the back of my hand.

One of the ways, to cut the stage fright short is the 'Standing Swing' where we instinctively move in hips in, hips out position, like kids reading out in class.

Secondly, stage fright can be overcome with that rare pause, where after finishing a paragraph, you take in a deep breath, amateurs rarely do it, and intend to carry on, as if they would miss the train.

A good way around the first time stage fright, written in books is the "talk to your friend in the crowd" technique.

PS: If you want to be frighted ask a fire department what they would do if a pool supply store caught on fire.

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