Find Out MoreForget everything you have been led to believe about public speaking. And forget what everyone else have told you, especially unhelpful opinions about yourself.
If you have a strong desire to overcome stage fright, deliver high impact presentations that move your audience and convey your ideas more effectively, then keep reading.
But if you want to stay in the comfort zone and continue walking in the shadows of other people, stay at the sidelines and watch your extrovert counterparts having the time of their life, I won’t waste your time any further and I suggest you hit the BACK button.
The fact that you’re still on this page now is because you can probably identify yourself to any of these scenarios:
The list can go on and on. I know you can identify with any one or more of these scenarios that’s been playing before your eyes – over and over again – throughout your life.
Please don’t think im making fun of you. In fact, I see a lot of myself in everything I’ve just said. Just a few years ago, that is!
You see, I was labeled an ‘introvert’ (and oh boy, how I hate that word!) by my school friends. I was timid and I was anxious in the company of many friends. I behaved rather odd at formal functions, and I was rather unpopular at parties. This is the reason why for the first half of my life, I didn’t hang out much at clubs.
So after I left school and got my first job, the same thing repeated. I wasn’t chosen to represent my company in making speeches because I obviously sucked at speaking well in public. Not a surprise I didn’t get my raise.
I was sick and tired of being sick and tiredâ… Read more…