The year was 2,000. Ed Tate walked out on stage to the sound of several thousand speakers clapping. Was he nervous and fearful? Probably. He was competing against nine other contestants for the World Champion of Public Speaking.
If you do a quick search on the internet for presentation training training you will get thousands of hits from sites promoting everything from self study e-books to 14 day residential courses. It is difficult to decide which is right for you.
Recently, a good friend, Sam introduced me to the Emerald Passport products. He walked me through the product over the Internet. The material fascinated me. This information should be a cornerstone of any family our there. I purchased the product that day and received it the next day.
I donated a year of my time to serve on the editorial committee for Speaker Magazine, published by the National Speakers Association. My job was to author a monthly column where I interview people that book professional speakers. A point that frequently is made by these people is that they want a speaker that will ENGAGE their meeting attendees.
Here are 7 tips to conquer nervous stress about presenting and public speakings – so you can rise in your career without having your blood pressure rise too!
If you are going to use YouTube, make use of different editing features the site hosts. For example, you have the option to add annotations throughout your videos. Take advantage of this feature by including links, promotional offers and appealing coupon codes that are relevant to the product or service you are marketing.
If you’re still skeptical, try it on a nervous fear rather than an intense phobia to start with – one that’s only part way up the scale – and see how it melts into the background with very little help from you.