The 2nd edition is out! Redesigned and updated, it includes an introduction by Rhett Powers of Forbes.com
When you think about the idea of speaking in public do you feel worried, anxious, or perhaps sweaty?
Do you wish you didn't deliver a presentation?
Do you wish to have faith in your communication , and beyond?
This book will help you. There's no reason to worry anymore. Don't be a victim of anxiety about communication that keeps you from reaching your goals. My forthcoming book will offer advanced techniques to master the art of communication This book lets you to play the game and start.
In the book you will be taught seven strategies that you can start today. These strategies will provide you with an entirely new perspective and will help you prepare for the future, and will provide you the steps to implement. When you apply these strategies, the fear will diminish.
It's not difficult to imagine that everyone has a talent for speaking when you see TED talks or compare yourself with skilled colleagues who present. Avoid falling into the trap of comparison that is costly. Instead, do something to increase your skills and overcome your fears.
If you are struggling to speak you need to realize that you're not the only one. Public Speaking is the number one anxiety in America. There is no one else to blame.
A lot of people are terrified about being on stage and speaking in front of the crowd more than they are scared of dying. It's a must event if you wish to make it in the world. It could be a business presentation to advance your career or a speech at the classroom, or a toast to your friend's wedding. The fear of speaking can be a problem. But it doesn't have to. It's not anymore.
A wealth of relatable tales practical tips, as well as lots of laughter-inducing moments, this book is sure to give you seven proven methods to help you discover your own inner presenter. Don't put off your presentation any longer. Today is the day to conquer anxiety, relax your nerves and - most importantly , be confident in your speech.
A little encouragement from the writer and communications coach Mike Acker
The place you are not the place you must be.
The following sentence is part of my introduction. Do you believe in it? Do you trust yourself? Perhaps a part of you believes it. If you didn't, you wouldn't be here! Let's make this a reality. Spend a few minutes and whisper the words that immortalize the classic tale, The Little Engine That Could, "I think I can. I believe I'm able. I think I'm able."
Are you having trouble? Are you prone to dwelling with negative thinking? "It's not going to work for me." "I'm just not a good speaker." "I'm an introvert. I'm just not able to." "I've experimented it in the past, but it was unsuccessful."
If you're finding it difficult to believe, when will you start to suspend doubt?
I suggest that you go through this text as a fervent believer rather than as a skeptical person. Education can help you think in a critical manner. Maintain that attitude for your academic and professional life. If you want to improve your communication skills, you have to be able to comprehend this information. Change any negative thoughts to positive energy. Be positive about yourself. Be confident in yourself. You can put your faith in yourself by implementing this book.
Utilize these strategies to prepare yourself for success in your speaking career, your profession, and in your daily life
THE SEVEN STRATEGIES
1. Uncover & Clean the Wound
2. Imagine the Worst
3. You Be You
4. Speak to One
5. It's Not About You
6. Channel The Power
7. Be in the Moment