Speak and Sell Books Course

Speak and Sell Books CourseAuthors will love the Speak and Sell Books course, which you can find at this link (click). It consists of 14 online video modules that include a FREE BONUS MODULE: Handling the Fear of Public Speaking.

Come to think of it, even if you’re not an author, you’ll also benefit from the Speak and Sell Books course. Most of the modules show you how to speak in public. Plus, you’ll find modules specifically for authors, or anyone who wants to sell a product.

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1 & 3: NEVER Arrive Late!

Never arrive lateNumber One: NEVER Arrive Late

By late, I don’t mean late for the event, I mean late for the time you agreed upon with your event coordinator. This is usually a time when you will arrive BEFORE the audience arrives. If you want to get along with and receive support from your organizers, arrive at least 30 minutes before the starting time of the speech – an hour is better still.

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How to Speak in Public with Confidence with Stress Expert Dr. Stephanie Stanfield

How to Speak in Public with Confidence

Carol Chapman interviews stress expert Dr. Stephanie Stanfield, also known as “Dr. Steph.”

How to Speak in Public with Confidence is the topic of a video interview by Carol Chapman of Dr. Stephanie Stanfield, also known as “Dr. Steph.” She shows you a brilliant way of quickly and easily overcoming the fear of public speaking and developing public speaking confidence. (scroll down for the video.)

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1 & 3: NEVER Wing It

Never wing it1: NEVER wing it when you speak in public.

When you “wing it,” you set yourself up for feeling anxious

One of the best ways to deal with the nervousness many people feel before speaking is to prepare thoroughly. Otherwise, when you stand in front of a roomful of faces you have two problems. One, you have to deal with all that attention directed at you. Two, which is unnecessary if you prepare ahead of time, you have to come up with something to say.

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Public Speaking Breathing Exercises from Stress Expert Dr. Steph

Public Speaking Breathing Exercises

Carol Chapman, right, tries public speaking breathing exercises, using belly breathing, as suggested by stress expert Dr. Steph.

Public speaking breathing exercises are easy to do as author/speaker Carol Chapman discovers when she interviews stress expert Dr. Stephanie Stanfield. Dr. Steph says that by using belly breathing, you can move yourself out of the sympathetic nervous system, which causes a fear reaction, into the parasympathic nervous system, which causes a rest and relaxation reaction. (Scroll down for video.)

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Why Study Your Dreams – The Man of My Dreams

Why Study Your Dreams? You’d be amazed at what your dreams can tell you.

The Man of My Dreams

For me, my dreams brought me, “The Man of My Dreams.” That’s right. I dreamt about a handsome stranger, saw him the next day in waking life, and now we’ve been married for 22 years. I’m literally married to “The Man of My Dreams.”

So that’s the answer to the question: Why study your dreams? Because you don’t know what your dreams are telling you if you don’t study them. First, you have to remember them.

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How Do You Interpret Your Dreams? Larry Page’s Dream

How do you interpret your dreams? This question resonates with importance, because your dreams can bring you insights and guidance.

For example, Larry Page, co-founder of Google, derived the algorithm for ranking websites from a dream he had in his early 20’s. If he hadn’t done that first important step in interpreting his dream, who knows if we would even have Google today?

That Important First Step in Dream Interpretation

So, how do you interpret your dreams? In this video, Carol Chapman, creator of Creative Dream Interpretation, shows you that important first step. It’s a step that Larry Page knew to take.

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Dream Interpretation Snake: a Different Kind of Snake Dream

Dream Interpretation Snake

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Yikes, I just had another snake dream! Naturally, I’m now scrambling online looking up Dream Interpretation Snake. 

But, such a strange snake! It lay quietly, on the left side of a rise of about seven stairs, leading up to a white door. And it had a white and beige mottled color, not the black or brown of many scary dream snakes. No fear, no shock on my part, and no aggression from the snake.

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Are Snake Dreams Good or Bad

Are snake dreams good or bad

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What is your first thought as you awaken after a snake dream? That is, after you get over having that kind of dream? For many people it’s, “Are snake dreams good or bad?” That’s because they want to know if their snake dream means something good or bad for them and their life.

All right, I know that the snake symbol turns up rather frequently in dreams. And, I know that even though many people don’t especially like snakes, in dreams, snake dreams can even symbolize many good things such as spirituality . . . for some people. In this article, I’ll discuss certain kinds of snake dreams and certain kinds of people for whom snake dreams can be good.

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Nature Kingdom Feels the Upheavals that are Coming

Nature Kingdom Feels the Upheavals that are Coming

Sequoia National Park, Photograph: Copyright 2007 Carol Chapman

Pan, Lord of the Wilderness channeled through me information saying that the Nature Kingdom feels the upheavals that are coming. Back in the 1990s, when I received this information, the Nature Kingdom had already begun to feel the what we presently experience. This message occurred long before climatologists started to warn us of Global Warming. For your information, Pan is a nature spirit that rules over the whole Nature Kingdom.

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