Imagine you’ve been ask to share your wisdom?
Is that at work? A seminar for a local learning group? Maybe you have been asked to deliver a TEDx talk?
How is that going to make you feel? Maybe a little nervous?
Whether you are a beginner or experienced speaker, talking to a new audience can make you feel nervous.
What can you do on the day itself to help ease your nerves, make you feel confident, and take a little of the unknown out of what you are about to do?
Listen to today’s episode and I share with you my top technique for taking the nerves out of standing on stage and delivering a talk, presentation or speech. Whether to one person, or a thousand.
And help you carry a confident positive state into delivering a successful talk.
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