In a video I did with Featured Speaker Souldancer during Speaker Palooza 2019, we talked about how your sense of self-worth can impact how your audience perceives you. High self-worth breeds confidence and confidence makes you a more effective speaker. If your sense of self-worth could use some help, don’t […]
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Confidence is one of the top three qualities of effective speakers and is probably more important than the other two (passion and authenticity). Today’s guest on the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast is Adrian Jefferson Chofor, a confidence coach, talks about how to be more confident on the stage.
Confidence gives you an advantage in any situation and it is one of the top three characteristics of an effective speaker. Here are some tips to help you feel more confident.
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.
What do you think charisma is? Is it an innate quality that only a few possess? Is it something that one is born with? If you said, “yes,” then many people would agree with you. In fact, the second definition of the word “charisma” in the Oxford Dictionaries is “a […]
Speakers, by the very nature of what they do, are influential. One of the keys to influence is confidence. And, if you read my book … or even the Table of Contents on this blog … you know that being confident is one of the Public Speaking Super Powers! Confidence […]
As research for my book, Public Speaking Super Powers, I interviewed more than 85 business and professional speakers. Each one shared what they thought their public superpower was and how to develop that superpower. What emerged from those many conversations was a clear indication of what the top 3 speaking […]