"First Show Jitters" refer to the nervousness or anxiety that a consultant may feel before their first Pampered Chef party or demonstration.
To overcome first show jitters, it is important to practice your demonstration beforehand and familiarize yourself with the products. It can also be helpful to have a friend or family member attend as your first audience and provide feedback. Remember to take deep breaths and remind yourself that you are knowledgeable and passionate about the products you are presenting.
Yes, it is completely normal to feel nervous before your first show. It shows that you care about doing a good job and want to make a great impression on your guests. Just remember to relax and have fun!
Mistakes happen to everyone, especially during a first show. If you make a mistake, simply acknowledge it and move on. Your guests will appreciate your honesty and authenticity. Just remember to stay positive and keep the focus on the products and the fun experience of cooking together.
Yes, there are a few things you can do to help calm your nerves before your first show. Some consultants find it helpful to do a quick meditation or visualization exercise, listen to calming music, or have a cup of tea before the show. It can also be helpful to have a checklist or script to refer to during the demonstration to help you stay focused and confident.