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How to Be Both Relaxed and Sharp Every Time You Speak

Apr 03, 2022 by Gary Genard

Want to be a clear-headed and dynamic presenter? Here's how to be both relaxed and sharp every time you speak. read more »

Focus, Clarity, Breathing, Leadership — My Top 10 Public Speaking Blogs of 2021

Dec 26, 2021 by Gary Genard

Want to master great presentation skills in 2022? Maybe this will help: here's a list of my top 10 public speaking blogs in 2021.   read more »

To Dramatically Improve Your Eye Contact, Use This Public Speaking Technique

Jul 25, 2021 by Gary Genard

  Eye contact is a key body language skill. To dramatically improve your eye contact, use this quick and easy public speaking technique! read more »

How to Overcome a Panic Attack from Fear of Public Speaking

Jun 28, 2020 by Gary Genard

  Do you suffer from performance anxiety? Here's an actor's advice on how to overcome a panic attack from fear of public speaking. read more »

How to Stop Magnifying Fears and Enjoy Your Life

Jul 28, 2019 by Gary Genard

When it comes to anxiety, we can be masters at creating our own monster. Here's how to stop magnifying fears and enjoy your life. read more »

5-Minute Technique to Calm Your Fear of Public Speaking

Oct 14, 2018 by Gary Genard

Stage fright a problem for you? Here's an easy, 5-minute technique to calm your fear of public speaking. read more »

Are You Your Own Worst Enemy in Public Speaking?

Sep 02, 2018 by Gary Genard

Do you beat up on yourself over your presentation skills? Here's how to use positive thinking techniques to stop being your own worst enemy in public speaking! read more »

Positive Thinking Is Your Golden Key to Speaking Like a Star!

Dec 01, 2013 by Gary Genard

Want to be your own best friend in terms of public speaking? Learn these ways to use positive thinking for personal and career success.  read more »

From Panic Attack to Thinking on Your Feet: Here's How It's Done!

Nov 18, 2012 by Gary Genard

When you're challenged by an audience, do you suffer a panic attack or think on your feet? Here's how to learn this essential skill!  read more »

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