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    Profile photo of evergreen

    Does anyone know it when you feel confident during a lecture or a presentation on familiar topics?

    In my case, it is so that I feel very confident with familiar topics, or that I’m described by others as sovereign/confident.
    People wonder why I’m usually so quiet even though it is me. 😉
    I think it might be because you feel confident, and because no major embarrassment can happen.

    P.S.: Sorry for my English, I’m not a native speaker.

    Profile photo of julie

    Because when you have prepared and know what to say it is easier. It doesn’t have the same challenges as conversation because you don’t have to respond to others spontaneously.

    Profile photo of evergreen

    That is correct. Interesting that you see the same way.
    Oh yes, spontaneity is one of the factors that lasts a very long time, even if you/one have/has already become much more active in dealing with communication – in my opinion.

    Btw. A little off-topic story:
    A teacher told me: “Nobody knows what is going on inside you, or what you know”, a few years ago.
    He was the first who brought the whole thing to a point / to a common denominator. And, moreover, in a polite and honest way.

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