Fear is good. It warns us of danger. It can also hold us back from exploring anything new and limiting the access to our potential. We can become over sensitive to fear and risk and only do what we consider to be safe. Our potential is left unexplored and we only get joy from watching others explore on our behalf. Vicariously.
One ability that helps expand our risk tolerance with minimal actual risk is Public Speaking. It is myth that people can die from Public Speaking. If you learn how to speak in public with fear you can learn to manage your fear in many other situations. You can learn to put it aside rather than get rid of it. Imagine getting rid or your nerves. Not wise since they are keeping you alive. You can try to stop the dog next door from barking or learn to live with the barking. You can make room for the fear and learn to enjoy speaking in public.
I have just completed my book “Confident Public Speaking” and you can order a copy now. I cover the A to Z of how to design and deliver an informative and enjoyable presentation with confidence. The presentation may be to a large audience, actual or virtual. It may be at a small family occasion like an anniversary, birthday, wedding or funeral. Someone needs to say something. Why not you? I will show you how to mange your fear.
My book contains everything you need to know about preparing and delivering a professional presentation. The bonus is that you will also learn how to be aware of your fear but not let it hold you back in many situations.
Imagine what you could if you realised that fear is merely a filter. Your low fuel warning light in your car doesn’t mean you have to avoid driving or come to a halt. It is just a warning.
Fear is good. Learn to live with it but don’t let it hold you back.
Order the book now or as soon as you want to find out how well you can speak in public without fear holding you back.