Speak with Confidence, And Charisma; Engage Your Audience Every Time!
If You Want To Speak To Groups Who Will Wholeheartedly Respond To You And Your Message, And Have All But Given Up… Here's Hope!
If you are like me I usually give my speaker about 30 to 60 seconds to pull me in, if they don't connect with me, I am reaching for my phone to check my email. How much time do you give your presenter before you "leave" his or her presentation? Get the tips and tools you have been looking for through Pamela’s Speak Easy Blog
You may not like the sound of the emotional part, yet, this is where charisma and engagement show up (which by the way is where the $ is). Speaking in public can be overwhelming to say the least. Knowing what to talk about, how to write your speech and how to organize it can be a hair pulling experience. It doesn’t have to be that traumatic, attend or bring Pamela to you through Public and Corporate Training
Other coaches teach that organization and voice mastery and eye contact are the most important. I DISAGREE. They are important, but not the most important! Forgetting whole portions of your speech, stumbling over words, freezing up, shaky voice and hands, sweaty palms, red blotchy skin, weak knees, feeling faint and a sense of extreme nervousness may make you feel awful, frankly, your audience doesn’t care. They only care that you connect with them on a level that relates to them. If you are serious about learning to connect, then learn more about Public Speaking Coaching