Does the idea of talking in public fill you with dread? Or does the thought of being in the 'spotlight' make your palms sweat, your mouth go dry, your voice shake, and your mind go blank?
What are you going to say? How are you going to say it? Will you stumble over your words? Will the audience understand, and what if they don't like you?
Whether it's standing up in a meeting at work, making a speech at a wedding or just talking normally while others listen - the majority of people will try to get out of it or "get it over with" as quickly as possible.
Speaking in public is one of the most common fears, even more so than spiders or heights. But help is at hand...
Over 20 years, Ed Percival, leading trainer and coach, has helped some of the most successful people in business, entertainment, and sport to become great presenters, regardless of their nerves. And now he will help you remove your fear and actually start enjoying making presentations. www.leadingworks.com and www.edpercival.com
I've been struggling with a fear of public speaking all my life and yesterday I gave a speech infront of 50 of my colleagues and all of them commented how much they enjoy it - thank you!
Ed's techniques are highly effective in overcoming fears about presenting and changing it to a pleasure. I've never looked back.
Not worth anything
I don’t tend to post reviews but feel strongly enough to post on this occasion. This is a waste of breath, hot air with no pointers to improve your public speaking at all. Save your dosh. Surprised others have rated highly!