Gary Genard

Fearless Speaking: Beat Your Anxiety, Build Your Confidence, Change Your Life

If fear of public speaking is undermining your success, Fearless Speaking can change your life. In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Gary Genard shares his proven method for transforming your self-doubt into confidence. His easy-to-use system will help you escape the negative thinking, physical symptoms, and avoidance behavior that are holding you back. This step-by-step, personalized approach features 50 exercises that will dramatically boost your comfort level and skill in as little as 12 days.

From business presentations to contributing at meetings to persuasive speaking to wedding toasts, Fearless Speaking will help you put your anxiety into perspective, turn harmful self-talk into positive thinking, and acquire the skills to become a more dynamic speaker. You'll find techniques to dramatically reduce the physical and emotional aspects of stage fright while boosting your focus and presence. Actor and speech coach Dr. Genard shows you how to grow your confidence quickly with The Fearless Speaking System, a performance-based approach that has helped thousands worldwide.

You'll learn how to understand your personal fears while discovering ways to create your own success. If you've been avoiding speaking opportunities, if you dread delivering speeches, or if you have a make-or-break presentation coming up, this is the book for you. It's a self-directed course for eliminating speaking fear forever that you can learn quickly, efficiently, and effectively. Dr. Genard's exercises, many of them directly from the world of the theater, help people from all walks of life deal with issues like establishing rapport with an audience, pacing your presentations, moving and activating listeners, and other critical challenges.

Don't let fear of public speaking limit your success any longer. Read the book, practice the exercises . . . and start enjoying public speaking!
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    Henrik Samsøe-Jensenmembuat kutipan9 bulan yang lalu
    When you speak to people (who almost always want to be in the audience), your job is to connect with them and give them something of value. Your task isn’t to be slick, charismatic, or a stand-up comic. So concern yourself instead with being honest and trustworthy. And if you happen to give a lackluster presentation, so what? Failure can be the best of teachers, since you’ll want to do that much better the next time.
    Henrik Samsøe-Jensenmembuat kutipan9 bulan yang lalu
    if people do see you’re nervous, they’ll most likely have the normal reaction, which is to sympathize with you. Since audience members feel good when you’re succeeding and embarrassed when you’re failing, they’re actually on your side and want you to do well.
    Henrik Samsøe-Jensenmembuat kutipan9 bulan yang lalu
    There is no reliable link between feeling anxious and giving a bad performance.

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