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New Year’s Resolution to Conquer the Fear of Public Speaking

by Kelly Vandever

There’s nothing quite like a new year to do a clean sweep and set out to accomplish new goals. Hence, the New Year’s Resolution!

If your New Year’s Resolution is to overcome your fear of public speaking, congratulations! That’s a great cause.

We know public speaking can help you personally and in your career, so well done for stepping up and addressing your fears!

Where to begin? For most people, I recommend finding and joining a Toastmasters club.
The Mission of a Toastmasters Club
According to the Toastmasters International website, the …

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Speakers “Stand and Deliver” to Stay on their Toes

By Claudia Brogan

I recently talked with my high school-age nephew about a public speaking class he is taking. He seemed puzzled about how or why people might ever consider doing public speaking, or taking on speaking assignments on purpose. Like many people, my nephew Sam finds speech making to be difficult and uncomfortable. My response to him was “I really think you’ll find that the more you do it, the more natural you’ll find it to be. The more you can be yourself, the more you’ll enjoy public speaking.”

One of my …

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How to Master Public Speaking

by Lydia Bailey

 

For a lot of people, public speaking is worse than a death sentence. This graphic helps to explain why public speaking is so scary to certain individuals and ways to get over it.

The fear of public speaking is known as “glossophobia”. More Americans report they fear it more than heights, flying, drowning, and small spaces. So what makes this fear so common? The main reason is that they feel that they will be ostracized, which in early days of man would have meant death since collaboration was …

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