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Breaking Through The Fear Barrier: Overcoming Presentation Anxiety E-Workbook

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Scared to death of public speaking? Fear no more!

Has the fear of delivering a presentation prevented you from getting a promotion?

Are you afraid of embarrassing yourself in front of your business associates and superiors?

Have sweaty palms, shaky knees, or a lack of confidence kept you from speaking up at business or community meetings?

If the answer to any of the above is "YES!" you're not alone. The fear of public speaking was rated the #1 fear that Americans have, rated even higher than the fear of dying! But in order to succeed in just about any career, from customer service rep to CEO, you'll be required to speak to others and give presentations.

It's critical, then, to turn your greatest fear — public speaking— into your greatest asset. This workbook was written with just that purpose in mind.


Workbook Description

In this seventy-page illustrated workbook with exercises, you'll learn four strategies and ten techniques to break through your fear barriers and empower you to become a more confident, dynamic, and effective speaker.

The workbook is written in an informal, conversational style to put you instantly at ease. It includes a flow chart for planning and rehearsing presentations, as well as success tips for handling question-and-answer sessions.

Achieve these results:
- Minimize physical symptoms of nervousness: sweaty palms, shaky knees, racing heart, and dry mouth.
- Feel more confident when speaking before groups of any size.
- Gain recognition from your peers and employer.
- Project your voice more powerfully and with greater resonance.
- Look forward to speaking opportunities instead of dreading them.

Order your workbook today and start on the path to becoming a more confident, dynamic, and influential speaker!
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