I’ve been coaching public speaking for twenty years.
In this time, coaching everyone from entrepreneurs to CEOs to national high school speech champions… and with graduate degrees in both communications and theater, I’ve learned a thing or two about speaking.
Mostly that… it’s not as hard as you think it is.
That’s not to convey that it’s easy. In fact, the biggest mistake that anyone makes around public speaking is the belief that they naturally should be good at it, because they know how to speak in everyday life. In fact, public speaking is both an art and a science. This means that it’s a learnable skill – just like any other.
The bad news? There’s a lot to learn. And it takes time. Even more, you have to actually integrate this learning into your skill set; it’s not just a matter of knowing what to do.
The good news? Anyone can learn to be a powerhouse speaker.[info]Check out the SocialBuzzU webinar How To Get a Standing Ovation where I go into the 5 elements you need to be a confident rockstar speaker.[/info] Continue reading