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5 Mental Tricks to Calm Your Nerves Before a Speech

Public Speaking Mastery – Start Creating Positive Speaking Habits Today

The brain is the most powerful organ in your body. It dictates your every move, thought and reaction. By properly harnessing this power through mental and psychological exercises, you can learn how to control and fine-tune your emotions. This is especially valuable during times of… Continue reading

Self-Talk for Public Speaking Success

On Authenticity & The Power of You in Public Speaking

Are you aware of your own inner voice? Do you often hear you own inner dialog? Most people engage in a consistent inner dialog whether they are conscious of it or not. We use self-talk as a way to instruct, motivate or to evaluate. Fact… Continue reading

Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking – Boston.com Article


We are so happy this month to be sharing our public speaking expertise on Boston.com one of Boston’s most respected news sources.  You can find our article in the Boston.com Global Business Hub section of the Boston.com website.  The article entitle: “Overcome Your Fear of… Continue reading

Overcome the Fear of Public Speaking

Public Speaking Doesn't Have to be SPOOKY

Halloween makes us think of the spooky things that go bump in the nite or fiendish hauntings that rise the hairs on the back of our necks. All manner of ghoulish creatures, hellish haunted houses and terrifying horror films conjure within us a clear state… Continue reading

Owning Your Inner Critic

On Authenticity & The Power of You in Public Speaking

Within each of us lies some self doubt particularly as it relates to public speaking. This is because we share so much of ourselves when we get up in front of a group people. Our internal dialogues often reflect: Will they like me? Will they… Continue reading

Public Speaking – Decoupling Fear & Anxiety and Embracing Excitement & Joy

Have you ever stopped to think about how often we are at a loss to describe the emotions we experience? How even, at times our own understanding of different emotions is hard to comprehend or vocalize. This is doubtlessly true in the case of our… Continue reading

Alcohol and Public Speaking – Don’t Drink and Speak

Public Speaking Don't Drink & Speak

A recent article on public speaking recommended that nervous speakers have a drink (one drink) before speaking and I couldn’t disagree more. Public speaking like any other form of focused communication demands us in top form and drinking (even one drink) leaves us far from… Continue reading

Prepping for Public Speaking with Creative Visualization

Public speaking need not be an anxiety driven experience with the right coping mechanisms such as creative visualization. We all should be aware that we always have 2 points of creation in any effort in our lives: Our thoughts and consciousness – This happens during… Continue reading

Fear of Public Speaking

Face Fear with Hope and Courage

Fear is an emotion that places us in a psychological state of unnecessary immobilization.  The fear of public speaking, is one the top fears that keeps people from success in many arenas of life they would otherwise conquer. Emotions are a Message It is important… Continue reading

Overcome the Fear of Public Speaking

Let’s face it, Public Speaking is hard. For most it is an experience of dreaded more that snakes, spiders and even death itself. These beliefs tend to influence our physiology (define) and our ability to deliver as a speaker. The “speakers nerves,” speakers anxiety, or… Continue reading