for a strong, fast pick-me-up
You know it – but you can’t just recall it when you need it – the name of someone you’ve known for years, some business fact or number your boss asks you for in a meeting, the answer you know to a question during a presentation.
You feel embarrassed. You feel as if all eyes are on you waiting for your answer – people judging you for not knowing something. Every second you freeze and fumble seems like an “excruciating eternity”.
Luckily, there are ways you can cope – simple reflexes you can develop.
Here are a few tips so you can be prepared and recover smoothly if YOUR mind ever goes blank.
1. Don’t make a big thing of it
2. Express things in the positive
3. Keep moving – don’t slow down and freeze. Don’t get bogged down in embarrassment!
In other words – remember that famous slogan:
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