Four Tips to Crush Your Fear of Public Speaking

Succeed Speaking

This scenario might be a bit dramatic, but public speaking is a common fear among people; statistics have shown that people are more afraid of public speaking than rattlesnakes and death. How can you demolish your fear of public speaking and become a pro in no time? Almost certainly this advice has been given since the inception of public speaking, but it just so happens to work. People are stressed and worried about public speaking for many different reasons.

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Public speaking vs. death

Speak Schmeak

I think I'll get into my workout clothes, so I'll be ready to go when it's time. I've written before about most of these mistaken beliefs about public speaking, as they are major pet peeves of mine, but please make a special note of the first one in the article. Here's what she told me in an e-mail: "I have a standing offer to all my participants: Bring me a current, scientifically credible study showing that public speaking is the #1 fear and I'll give you $100.

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Making Public Speaking FUN! Part 11 | Communication Steroids

Communication Steroids

Skip to content Follow: RSS Twitter Home About Contact Us Current Programs Inner Circle Newsletter Products 20 Presentation Skills That Kill: Audio CDSeminar Social Media and Public Relations: Audio Task Oriented Teams: Audio CDSeminar What We Do Making Public Speaking FUN! Part 11 by Tim 'Gonzo' Gordon on February 16, 2010 Let’s dip our ladle into another swirling soup of out-of-the-box ideas for Making Public Speaking FUN , shall we?

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Everything I Know About Presentations, I Learned in Theatre School

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DarrenBarefoot.com Contact Jobs Speaking About Home September 3rd, 2007 Filed under: Mixed Bag , Technology , The Arts 71 Comments » Everything I Know About Presentations, I Learned in Theatre School An Unlikely Education I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while, and was inspired to get it done by Merlin Mann’s recent piece about improving his use of PowerPoint. I learned a lot of good public speaking practices from theatre school.

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Famous Speech Friday: Aimee Semple McPherson's speech in a speakeasy

The Eloquent Woman

But she did more than speak and promote her Pentecostal message. It was summarized in The New Yorker by author John Updike in 2007, writing about a biography of the preacher: In 1927, a month after the charges against her were dismissed in Los Angeles, she arrived in New York in furs and a yellow suit, and was taken to a prime watering spot of the Roaring Twenties, Texas Guinan's speakeasy, on Fifty-fourth Street. What do you think about her speaking?