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Tips - Not The Same Regurgitated Junk You've Heard
These public speaking tips are NOT going to be
the same tired, old, worn-out, oft-repeated tips
you can read in any library book and that people
have recycled over and over.
Yes, I'm aware that my public speaking tips are
going to be ripped-off, but remember - you heard
them here first.
These public speaking tips come to you from the
trenches and the literally thousands of seminars,
public speaking engagements, workshops, and trainings
I've done over the years.
Here we go:
Public Speaking Tip #1: How to Easily Conquer
Stage Fright & Fear of Public Speaking
If I hear "be prepared, practice, be yourself,
know that the audience wants you to succeed, everyone
gets nervous" one more time I'm going to vomit.
Yes preparation is a very good idea, no kidding.
Practicing is fine too. All stuff you can find
in a library book.
And "be yourself" is fine but dumb advice. You're
already yourself, no big feat there.
The way to beat stage fright and fear of public
speaking, in reality, is to choose what I call
a "hero" - this is someone who would never in
a zillion years (in your onion) be afraid of public
Then simply emulate (NOT imitate) your hero -
their face, their voice, and their body.
If you don't notice a dramatic reduction in fear
of public speaking, take your pulse.
Public Speaking Tip #2: Recognize Public Speaking
For What It Really Is
I don't care if you're in business for yourself,
work for someone else, or are speaking to promote
a charity or a political cause - public speaking
is nothing more than advertising and the sooner
you realize this, the sooner you'll be a much
more effective presenter and speaker.
The only exception is if you're a trainer, but
even then you're still selling yourself - and
This one tip alone can save you countless hours
of wasted time, energy, and wasted money barking
up the wrong public speaking tree.
Get clear right now why you're getting up to
speak: it's advertising.
If you don't agree with this, you're wrong. Period.
Public Speaking Tip #3: There Is Only 1 True
Shortcut To Developing Great Public Speaking Skills
Most of the stuff you'll learn at Toastmasters
or National Speakers Association about public
speaking skills is a waste of time for the serious
speaker who wants to make money.
That may ruffle some feathers, but the truth
is that learning the mechanics of speaking and
presenting is not going to help you achieve your
business or professional goals.
Instead, master the nonverbal skills you can
learn from my videos for free - and quickly -
at my web site www.SeminarAcademy.com.
Then, read my other articles here about how to
format and deliver presentations that get results.
You'll be far, far ahead of all those floundering
around in association and club meetings who are
all lying about the results their getting in speaking.
Public Speaking Tip #4: Use These Tips Starting
Don't get lost in thinking or evaluating.
Take my suggestions and run with them NOW because
my students are making money and closing sales
with my techniques.
Public Speaking Tip #5: see Public Speaking
Tip #4 - forget about nice theories, take advantage
of this real-world information starting right
now and you'll get results quickly and without
wasting your time, energy, or money..