Authors 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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.)Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.)Continue reading