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Self-Conscious as a Speaker? — How to Calm Your Nerves and Gain Confidence

Jun 27, 2021 by Gary Genard

  Are you self-conscious as a speaker? Here's how to calm your nerves and gain confidence when you need it most! read more »

Fear of Public Speaking? How to Get Your Own Body to Help You!

May 02, 2021 by Gary Genard

If you have fear of public speaking, you know how strong the physical effects can be. Here's how to get your own body to help you be more confident! read more »

Do You Go Blank from Public Speaking Anxiety? — Do This!

Jan 10, 2021 by Gary Genard

Do you go blank from public speaking anxiety? If you experience social anxiety and the phobia known as stage fright, here are four solutions for you!  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 »

The 5-Minute Exercise that Can Make You a Fearless Speaker

May 06, 2018 by Gary Genard

Do you know how to breathe productively for public speaking? This 5-minute exercise will slow your breath, calm you, and make you a more fearless speaker!  read more »

Energize Your Public Speaking! — The Simple Art of Breathing

Jan 19, 2014 by Gary Genard

Can something as simple as breathing improve your public speaking, ability to think, and sense of well-being? Experience shows that it can—and that knowing how to achieve these benefits is easier ... read more »

Stage Fright? — 3 "Escape Hatches" for a Panic Attack

Dec 23, 2012 by Gary Genard

If you suffer from stage fright when giving a speech or presentation, you'd probably rather be someplace far away. But to positively influence your audience, you're much better off dealing ... read more »

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

Nov 18, 2012 by Gary Genard

If you or your team want to be great presenters, you have to learn how to think on your feet. There's a world of difference, after all, between suffering a panic attack when you're challenged, and ... read more »

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