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Jill Vanderwood authored a book, “Shaking behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking” shares her ten point plan on facing the fear of public speaking and learning to get in front of the microphone. She will deliver the information you need to face your fears and get into public speaking.
Before becoming an expert, Jill was a proud grandmother and mother. Learning to overcome her fears in her fifties, she decided to go to toastmasters to learn how to prepare to conduct her own workshops and train on overcoming her personal fears of speaking in front of people. She credits toastmasters in getting her prepared, as she says the toastmasters programs forced you to “always be on”.
Jill says it’s important to practice public speaking, because you may be faced with personal terror and fear causing you to freeze and forget what you want to say in front of your audience.
Jill credits Toastmasters training for changing her life and keeping her from depending on her notes, which often fell on the floor causing her to lose her page and her place. She has spoken to rehabs, writers, boys and girls clubs, and many other organizations. She says her desire to transform her abilities.
Jill’s book “Shaking Behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking”, a book compiled by Jill who interviewed experts, people struggling with fear of public speaking, and those who sought unconventional methods on dealing with this issue. This book is available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Nobles, and via her personal website, http://www.JillVanderwood.com
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If you're determined to become great at what you do and have a positive impact on the lives of others, you'll need to become an effective speaker. How can you get over your fear of public speaking so that you can share your gifts with the world? Make sure you watch today's Morning Connection to learn some simple and extremely effective tips that will put your journey toward becoming a powerful presenter on the fast track.
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In this our first episode for 2015 we discuss the reasons why Public Speaking is listed as the number one fear, even above death. We also provide you three action points and a challenge and this will be our format for the rest of the year. Every show will contain some talking points or background, provide three action points and a challenge. This simple approach will help you to become a better speaker. Listen in to Chanti and Desiree share their top tips for learning how to speak like a seasoned pro every Monday. On Wednesdays we will run our show "Raising Captivating Kids" and on Fridays we will continue with our Friday Funnies with host Daniel Mentz and the girls. Tune in Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 am for life-changing brain food!
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The Fear of Public Speaking (About EFT); What Will They Think?
Everyone knows that the fear of public speaking is one of the most predominant fears, even rivaling the fear of death itself! But simply knowing that the thought of speaking to a group or audience, especially about EFT, can give you the butterflies and makes your palm sweat is not enough to do anything more than perpetuate the fear. This fear can make or break an EFT business when the concern and fear about speaking publicly has to do with speaking about what they do. What is the best way to describe EFT and what it does and how it works? What if they ask me a question about it I can't answer? What if they are a real skeptic and I can't respond in the right way?
Public speaking, just like any other fear, can be overcome. Getting clear on how you speak about the tapping work you do is a critical skill and in fact a necessity to have a thriving EFT business,
Tune into the EFT Marketing and Business Academy podcast hosts, Alina Frank and Craig Weiner as they provide useful insights and tips on how to resolve this key issue.
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Did you know public speaking is the #1 phobia among Americans? That's where Toastmasters International can help. As an enthusiastic, longtime member of TM, Britt has invited Toastmaster Anita Lytle to Get Fit Feel Fabulous to share her tips on overcoming the fear of speaking. Here's Anita in her own words:
I moved to Florida from New Jersey with my husband and two children in January of 1990. We lived in Palm Bay for 20 years and have lived in Merritt Island for the past six years. I work at Rockwell Collins in Melbourne as an Inventory Control Specialist, and I also am a consultant with Touchstone Crystal Jewelry by Swarovski, and a Wellness Advocate with doTerra Essential Oils. I’m also a member of Zonta International and Toastmasters International.
As you can see from her bio, Anita a is multi-talented and accomplished woman. She'll share how developing excellent communication skills has helped her to advance professionally and personally. And of course, during the live show Britt and Anita welcome your calls at (347) 945-7246. Tune in!
-The penultimate episode in our series of shows about conquering anxiety and stress in order to speak confidently in front of an audience and leave a lasting impression. The fear of public speaking can be debilitating and hold you back from achieving your goals. If fear is holding you back, listen in or call in and share your story on - 646-649-0066.
Clyde P Riddlesbrood, founder and owner of the Riddlesbrood Touring Theater Company says, “Laugh justifies the means.”
Clyde grew up in the entertainment industry working with his father at a Dinner Theater in South Jersey and started his own theater company in 2000.
His big dream was to build a large theatre company and he did it. The Riddlesbrood Touring Theater Company is one of the most successful and vibrant theater companies in the New York, New Jersey area performing more than 150 murder mysteries and dinner theater shows per year at multiple locations. He also produced 3 large Broadway style shows at the Historic Strand Theater in Lakewood NJ and operates a yearlong School of the Arts program for children and teens.
Clyde has performed in over 5000 theater shows in his lifetime. He also just released his first book titled, “Riddlesbrood—And The Greatest Brochure In The World.”
Clyde will regale you with entertaining tricks and lessons to help your company branding, the use of storytelling to build your business and give you great public speaking tips—all from a master at captivating audience attention—get that and more, here on Revenue Chat with Tony DUrso.
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During this episode we continue to discuss the fear of public speaking and how to conquer it. Listen in to Chanti and Desiree share their top tips for learning how to speak like a seasoned pro every Monday. On Wednesdays we will run our show "Raising Captivating Kids" and on Fridays we will continue with our Friday Funnies with host Daniel Mentz and the girls. Tune in Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 am for life-changing brain food!
We will share with our callers and listeners tips, tools, and resources on how to become more effective in your public speaking. Our host Mrs. Diane Winbush will bring this segment. Diane is the Chief Executive officer of The National Extraordinary Professional Women and The Networking Partners. For more information about us, go to www.nationalextraordinaryprofessionalwomen.com for more details.
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.
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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 she speaks with Toastmaster Deborah Clark about her journey from fear to a career as a public speaker.
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