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Get Your Copy: Twenty-Six Power Speaking Tips to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking


Twenty Six Power Speaking Tips to Help You Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

It’s here!

My first ebook on public speaking is out!

And what better way to start, than sharing my insights and experience on overcoming the #1 fear people face?

This is a simple, easy-to-read resource that addresses several myths relating to speaking with confidence, and how to develop long-lasting confidence by addressing both mindset and technical issues.

It’s a no-nonsense resource; I wanted it to be helpful and straight to the point.

And for a limited time, I’d like to offer it to you for free.

All I ask, is for you to drop me comment about what you think about it in the comments tab below, and what else you’d like me to write about.

To find out more about the eBook, or where to download it, simply click here or on the image.

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Happy learning! Talk soon!

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Building Confidence with Competence


It took me a long time overcome and manage my fears. Yes, I do this for a living, and I still get butterflies in my stomach. The difference between me now and when I first started, is I’ve managed to get those butterflies to really calm down.

How did I do it?

I subscribe to the mantra that Confidence comes from Competence. Naturally, experience helps too.

The key is, with experience and competence, I’ve managed to create a structured system on how to start and deliver, and reduce the uncertainty I face when I’m on stage.

Certainty is key to confidence. If you’re not sure about what to expect, then you’ll naturally be scared (of the unknown).

So, the best way to learn, in my opinion, is to not only learn about what works, but also to put it into practice.

That’s because, the more you experience it, the more you internalize it – and you realize that it’s really not so bad at all.

PS: I won over 25 Public Speaking Awards in the first 5 years of my public speaking journey. The skill is always work in progress. It doesn’t mean that you have to be perfect when you start. Neither should you deem yourself as terrible and hopeless if you can’t speak.

We’ve all got to start somewhere. The sooner we start, the better!

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3 Tips to Boost Your Confidence


I cam across this video on Boosting Confidence by TED-Ed.

I must say they are simple and easy to understand, and I’ve personally used or adopted them when I was (and still am) learning about public speaking.

These are useful tips, as they are genuine principles that work.

The video takes slightly more than 4mins to complete, but will have significant impact on the way you approach learning, application and making decisions.

So check it out!

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