SPEAKER LAB: 8 Secrets for Beating the Fear of Public Speaking

SPEAKER LAB: 8 Secrets for Beating the Fear of Public Speaking

SPEAKER LAB: 8 Secrets for Beating the Fear of Public Speaking

In this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast, learn how to overcome your fear of Public Speaking.

Listen To The Podcast:   itunes  soundcloud  stitcher

I make my living talking.

In other words, I do a lot—and I mean a lot—of public speaking.

Now, I know as soon as I utter the phrase “public speaking,” most people get a certain feeling—and it’s not a good one. In fact, surveys have consistently shown that public speaking is the #1 fear!

It surpasses the fear of death—and even… the fear of clowns! (YIKES!)

I also know, however, that many people actually want (or need) to do more public speaking, but their fears are holding them back.

I understand. Heck, I still get hit with all those feelings. A fear of letting the audience down. A fear of making a mistake in front of a large group of people. A fear of tripping and falling flat on my face!

Yup… I get hit with all the fears, too.

Fortunately, I’ve developed a useful set of simple tools to deal with them. And… today I want to give some of those tools to YOU!

I’m going to walk you through specific tips and techniques that can not only help alleviate much of that fear of public speaking, but also help you to be a better public speaker!

In this episode you will . . .

• Discover secret tricks to convince your brain to feel relaxed
• Understand how to visualize in a way that benefits you
• Learn how to cut cotton mouth off at the pass
• Understand why you want a map—not a script
• Hear why your “Why?” can help ground you no matter what happens while you’re speaking
• Get even more tips!

So if you’ve ever felt a fear of public speaking… whether it’s to a group of five… five hundred… or five thousand… this DREAM. THINK. DO. episode is for YOU!

[Tweet ““Give yourself permission to visualize things going well.” – Mitch Matthews”]


Mitch Matthews | Facebook 

1 Comment
  • Tom Henricksen
    Posted at 10:24h, 01 June Reply

    Great simple reminders of how we need to prepare for our next speaking engagement. I have had problems with dry mouth​ when I speak so I will try to hydrate more. Thanks for sharing Mitch!

Post A Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.