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It is becoming an inherent part of our everyday life to speak publicly from presentations at work, school to addressing different organizations and friends. Public speaking is a skill that has to be developed to make us a better communicator and thrive in the rising competitive environment. Join us this Tuesday to discover the techniques on overcoming the fear of public speaking that most of us share. Live on WOLB 1010 AM station, blogtalkradio, phone: 347-989-1700. 5pm ET.
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The book of lists names the fear of public speaking as the #1 fear that people have. Many of us do not savor the idea of standing up in front of a group of people and speaking. What are we afraid of and can we get over it? Can the fear be controlled, even conquered? If so, how? Can anyone become a public speaker? What are the advantages of being able to speak in public? Join host Judi Moreo, author of Everything You Ever Wanted to Know (And No One Would Tell You) About Public Speaking as s
Successful coaching means not just speaking one on one, but often presenting to groups. That’s right, the dreaded "public speaking" - Your success will often put you in the limelight. Afraid that you don't have what it takes to grab the Microphone? Join Frankie and Terri and learn the tools of the Master Presenter!
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Keith Williamson from Greensboro NC is the organizer of Heart and Soul Speaking Group in Greensboro NC.
He talks about his journey of overcoming the fear of public speaking.
Speaking in public is one of the most common fears that we have and Keith Williamson will share how he turned it into motivation and has since started his own speaking group to help others also combat their fears.
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Jill Vanderwood, the author of Shaking Behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking, will share the 10 point plan she uses herself to help make public speaking experiences more manageable.
It wasn't until Jill Vanderwood became an author that she needed to overcome her fear of public speaking. She was asked to visit classrooms and give speeches to children, as well as teach workshops for other writers. She was terrified in front of audiences but told herself to never say "no" to a speech.
First she would accept the speaking assignment and then figure out how she was going to do it. This lead her to Toastmasters.
The final "leap" she made was to go skydiving. Now she tells herself, "I'm not afraid of these people. I went skydiving from 12,000 feet!"
You will learn ten points to make your public speaking experience more manageable, plus stories from others who were faced with the prospect of losing their jobs if they didn't learn to speak in public.
Biography: Jill Vanderwood is a published author of six books who also teaches workshops to other writers. She speaks to groups about overcoming the fear of public speaking. She has been interviewed on radio, television, and newspaper media. Trained through Toastmasters, she has to overcome her own public speaking fear which held her back for most of her life.
It's time to get over this fear of public speaking. You live in a world of media now. The chances of you ending up on film or having your voice recorded and played in public are outrageously large. We're going to kill the misconceptions that make people hate the idea of public speaking. When this show is over, if you listened closely, you will not have a fear of public speaking anymore. This fear is a bully, and tonight, we are going to kick its ass rather thoro
Three out of four people suffer from the fear of public speaking.But public speaking is becoming more common in the workplace, in college courses, at church and even for soccer moms!Now Jill Ammon Vanderwood, the author of Shaking Behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking, will share the 10 point plan she uses herself to help make your public speaking experiences more manageable.It wasn't until Jill Vanderwood became an author that she needed to overcome her fear of publ
On this episode we are talking about ways to overcome the fear of public speaking.
Krista and Wendy highlight the unexpected benefits of joining Toastmasters. It can help you in several areas of your life, from speaking at your next Family Readiness Group meeting, to networking for a new job, preparing for a job interview and even preparing to give that training session. Toastmasters isn't just for "aspiring public speakers", it is for everyone!
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On this week's "CleftCast" #podcast, host Joe Rutland talks about overcoming the fear of speaking up for yourself. It's quite difficult for children and adults with cleft lip/cleft palate/craniofacial anomalies to "crack open" and speak up. Many people are afraid of how they will sound, or have been told by others not to speak up. On the other hand, others have been encouraged and strengthened to share and speak up in safe environments. I will talk about this in more detail. Also, I'm going to be offering a glimpse into a major announcement coming out soon that will be a great offer to the craniofacial community. I also will have this week's Term of the Week, too. All that and a whole lot more are in store for "CleftCast," the world's No. 1 #podcast for the cleft and craniofacial community.
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Jen Wittman is a trained chef, Holistic Health Expert and Vitality Coach, specializing in thyroid and autoimmune disorders. She provides one-of-a-kind, long-lasting health, lifestyle and career overhauls through her services The Healthy Plate and Thyroid Loving Care. She is author and creator of The Radical TLC Solution.
Jill Ammon Vanderwood is an author and speaker from Utah. She is best known for her award winning, nonfiction books, What’s It Like, Living Green? Kids Teaching Kids, by the Way They Live and Drugs Make You Un-Smarter, co-authored with her teenage granddaughter, Savanna Peterson. This book was the winner of the Mom’s Choice Award.
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What is it about the sensation of having all eyes on us that intimidates so many? Are others judging us, or are we self-consciously judging ourselves? It's definitely some of both. Yet the truth is either we take command of the audience or the audience takes command of us! Being an engaging speaker is not difficult. It just includes incorporating a few key elements into our presentations. Our guest Allison Shapira, will advise what these elements are, and how to present successfully. Allison Shapira currently teaches in executive leadership programs at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. She also teaches public speaking - both privately and through group workshops - for international organizations, federal agencies and private companies. To find out more about Allison, check out her website.
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My guest today, Gerald Rogers, is a transformational leader, speaker and coach that has trained thousands of individuals on how to discover their purpose, step into their power and learn how to make their purpose driven businesses profitable and LIVE BIG. His commitment is to leading and inspiring individuals to AWAKEN to their Divine Authentic Power and to Liberate them through Financial Freedom. A prolific writer and speaker, he was recently a guest on the TODAY Show after his article
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