Are you afraid of speaking infront of public
Are you afraid of speaking infront of public ?
Public Speaking Guide
is the solution to all of your fears !
So you want to be a Successful Public Speaker ?
Making speeches in public or giving professional presentations can leave you with butterflies in your stomach and your legs feeling like jelly.
Your mind can become cluttered and confused and your voice can race and somehow not convey the confident assured tone you had planned.
Public speaking is a common source of stress for everyone.
Many of us would like to avoid this problem entirely, but this is hard to do. Whether we work alone or with large numbers of people, eventually we will need to speak in public to get certain tasks accomplished. And if we want to be leaders or achieve anything meaningful in our lives, we will often need to speak to groups, large and small, to be successful.
I have studied the biographies of some of the greatest, most influential people of all time, and I've interviewed hundreds of business people who are at the top of their game.
Every one of these people have had one single thing in common --Each knew how to speak in public with confidence and influence the people around them.
At that time I started this research, I had never attended any formal public speaking training course or public speaking seminar, but I knew that if I wanted to be esteemed by my peers, that I had to master the skill of public speaking and overcome my public speaking anxiety.
Studies show that 87% of a person's income is directly attributed to that person's ability to confidently speak in public.
Be Respected !
There is a certain amount of respect that individuals receive when they can stand on their feet and convey their ideas effectively, because when they do this, they are doing what 95% of the people in the audience wish they could do.
You Don't Have to be PERFECT !
Many of us have observed public speakers and thought to ourselves "Wow, I could never be that smart, calm, witty, entertaining, polished . . . or whatever."
Well, you don't have to be brilliant, witty, or perfect to succeed.
That is not what public speaking is all about. I know it may look that way, but it's not. You can be average. You can be below average.
You can make mistakes, get tongue-tied, or forget whole segments of your talk. You can even tell no jokes at all and still be successful.
It all depends on how you, and your audience, define "success."
Believe me, your audience doesn't expect perfection.
I used to think most audiences did, but I was wrong! Before I discovered this, I used to put incredible pressure on myself to deliver a perfect performance.
I worked for days to prepare a talk. I stayed up nights worrying about making mistakes.
I spent hours and hours rehearsing what I was going to say. And you know what? All this did was make me even more anxious! The more perfect I tried to be, the worse I did! It was all very disheartening (not to mention unnecessary)
The essence of public speaking is this: give your audience something of value. If they walk away feeling happy or entertained, they will consider their time with you worthwhile.
Public Speaking Fear Doesn't Just Hurt You !
Fear of public speaking doesn’t just hurt you it hurts the audience.
It harms the crowd because the number one response to nervousness is to “just get through it.” That attitude makes us self-centered instead of others-centered.
Just getting through it causes many speakers to avoid eye-contact, becoming negatively “you” based, and rush through the message in a monotone voice.
All of which results in speaking AT and not TO a group.
Avoiding Eye-Contact. Nerves create a need to hide. So what do we do? We don’t look at anyone. We look down or look away. If we can’t see them, they can’t see us, right? We’re hidden in front of a crowd of people.
Becoming negatively “you” based. This is another bad move. Anxiety makes us impersonal. It tends to make it sound like me against you. “Here’s what YOU need to do.” “YOU wouldn’t have these problems in YOUR company if YOU…”
Public Speaking Techniques and Skills
Wouldn't it be nice if, instead of turning to jelly, you could learn to enjoy speaking in public, writing your own speeches and presentations and most importantly, getting your thoughts across in a calm, assertive and impressive manner?
Imagine yourself at your most confident in public. Perhaps it's just a few confident words in front of your team at work or maybe a large presentation to a new customer.
Maybe you have to give a best man's speech or say a few words at an important event. The chances are that at some point in your life you are going to be involved in public speaking.
If you can learn to overcome your fears and become confident in this area then just about anything is going to seem possible.
It could alter the way you think about yourself, the kind of jobs you apply for and your skills in other social settings.
"Just say yes! You Can Do It!"
Public Speaking Guide covers every aspect of public speaking, from the practical details of presentations to the psychological issues of inspiring an audience.
Insightful and compelling, this is both a handy resource for information on the public speaker’s most pressing questions, as well as a primer for those who are new to the field.
Every chapter is full of expert advice and practical information.
"But what's inside..?" you might be wondering…
Inside this guide, you will:
Learn what specific things cause public speaking anxiety and specific tips to overcome the fear of public speaking.
Learn the one universal secret of public speaking that, if you use it, will allow you to break every conventional rule of public speaking and still connect with your audience.
Discover a simple technique to help you connect with and build trust and rapport with your audience in seconds.
Practice a formula to help you become more persuasive and deliver very persuasive presentations.
Deliver impactful, energetic talks to inform your audience (you'll never see people nodding off in your speeches again!)
Learn how to think and speak on your feet even in impromptu speaking situations.
Use question and answer sessions to drive customers and prospects to your company!
And much, much more…