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The Only Public Speaking Group For People Who Fear Public Speaking...
London, United Kingdom
Firstly, I'm not a polished, animated,
charming, professional public speaker
One thing I do know is that the fear
of public speaking can become a real
problem in the workplace, at college
or university and even at job interviews.
AND THAT is what I am PASSIONATE about,
helping people overcome their
PUBLIC SPEAKING FEARS.
- Are you tongue-tied when trying to
speak up in meetings?
- Do you feel uncomfortable when you
are asked questions on the spot?
- Are you the one who sits passively
in debates or discussions?
- Do you often feel sick before a
I have struggled in these situations,
and many many more, believe me.
I diagnosed myself with 'social anxiety
disorder' 10 years ago. Back then I found
it hard to talk on the phone, to walk into
a job agency and speak to someone and even
found it hard go shopping at the local
supermarket, with the fear that I would
bump into someone I knew and had to make
Thankfully, I have overcome my crippling
anxiety issues and now I can happily say
that I no longer fear public speaking and
I am looking forward to supporting you in
achieving the same freedom.
Steve P. Light
This weeks group is run by the lovely Liz who overcame her issues and now is running a group. I'm so proud of what she has achieved! Here's a note from her about the session...
Hi Guys and Girls
There will be a weekly speaking group starting on Saturday 30th June.
There will be activities that challenge you.... they will be fun too of course. If you need a push.... in other words you want to move outside your comfort zone more... this is the group for you.
The session will include:
- Ice breakers
- Impromptu questions and answers
- Short talks - 1-2 mins
- Longer talks - 2-3 mins
- Constructive feedback
- And more... :)
Hope to see you there.
If you need more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org