Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking

Not everyone can be like Cory. He loves to get up in front of people and have all the attention on him. Yep, for Cory public speaking is no big deal. For most people, though, it is simply terrifying. What was that Jerry Seinfeld said? "Most people would rather be dead than have to speak in public." Even if it's not that serious, the fear of public speaking is the #1 fear in America, and if you have that fear, you know it can hold you back from accomplishing some of the things you want in life.

Not that long ago, Martin Ng had the same fears. He did any and everything to avoid giving speeches, and when he had to speak, he was so nervous that he did a horrible job, messed up, and even had people laugh at and heckle him. One day he decided enough was enough and went looking for the information he needed to take charge of his life and become a better speaker. He couldn't find all of that information in one place, so he spent two years researching and putting the things he learned into practice. Through trial and error, he eventually compiled a comprehensive list of speaking tips, tips that had helped him, and his friends, improve their speaking skills.

Now, everyone can have access to Martin's tips in his e-book, Surviving Speaking Disasters: Real Solutions for Real-Life Speaking Situations. If your fear of public speaking has been holding you back, you'll want to check this out. Martin will help you move from fear to confidence, teach you how to deal with difficult situations, how to become a powerful and dynamic speaker, and much more. Martin is so sure you'll love his book and improve your speaking skills that he offers a 60-day money back guarantee.

1 comment:

  1. I don't know that it is holding me back but in college I was horrible when I had to get up and speak in front of the class! This sounds like a great thing for those who need to overcome this fear!

    Great post. I am stopping by from Tammy's A Little Girl Talk blog.

    You have a great blog!


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