How to be a Confident Public Speaker

How to Be a Confident Public Speaker with Gina Razón

Given that an estimated 75% of people suffer from fear of public speaking, it is safe to assume that most people, when asked, would say that they want to become more confident in their public speaking.
 
This means there will never be a shortage of speakers who need a tip or two to calm their nerves when speaking in front of a crowd.
 
The pandemic may have put a pause on in-person presentations, but the ease of virtual presentation means more people are being asked to speak on-screen, often the case, in front of large numbers of people.

On the podcast, revisiting an earlier conversation with public speaking and voice coach Gina Razón.

Why the voice is a tattletale for your confidence and exactly what speakers do when they’re not as confident or as prepared as they’d like to be when they speak.

© Molly McPherson 2020

 


 

For anyone who struggles with imposter syndrome when they are presenting virtually, do I have a solution for you!

Communication expert (and former guest on the podcast), Lauren Sergy, recently released a killer online course (I know, I know…) that will transform your virtual presentations.

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Listeners who remember Lauren from her interviews on the podcast (Executive Presence: What it Looks like, Why You Need It And How To Get It and How to Small Talk Like a Pro at a Holiday Party) know she is a communication dynamo.

Lauren is also generous.

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