Motivational speaker Kailas Girase shares some advice about how to overcome the fear of speaking when English isn’t your first language.
Category Archives: Overcoming the Fear of Speaking
Facebook Premiere: Three Actions You Can Take to Overcome Your Fear of Speaking
(Day 6, Speaking Palooza 2019)
Are you afraid of public speaking? You’re not alone. In this video that originally aired on Facebook, Carma Spence shares three actions you can take — starting today — to begin overcoming speaking anxiety.
Diane Conklin shares her best advice on how to overcome the fear of speaking. Hint: It involves practice and authenticity.
Dan Kusnetzky, the author of “Master Public Speaking,” shares how he helps people overcome the fear of speaking and get their butterflies to fly in formation.
When you know your worth, you have gravitas and confidence. When you have these, it is much easier to speak before an audience with sincerity, authenticity, and grace. In today’s video, Carma Spence chats with Souldancer about how his book, “Pay Me What I’m Worth,” can help you develop the confidence you need to be an effective speaker.
People often don’t know what a point is — they confuse it with a theme or a title or a topic. However, if you don’t have a point to your presentation, you render yourself pointless. In today’s video post, guest expert Joel Schwartzberg shares his tips on how to develop your point so that you can speak with greater ease.
It’s your turn to speak. Suddenly your ears feel hot and your hands begin to shake. You can barely remember what you intended to say. Your palms are sweating and you can feel your neck muscles tensing. You see purple at the edges of your vision and you feel sick to your stomach. What is happening?
You are having an attack of speaking anxiety, also known as the fear of public speaking or glossophobia.