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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 »

How to Go from Nervousness to Stage Presence in One Easy Lesson

Aug 28, 2016 by Gary Genard

Want to develop stage presence for public speaking? Overcome your nervousness with this quick and easy technique! read more »

Relax! — 3 Foolproof Ways to Reduce Speech Anxiety

Aug 14, 2016 by Gary Genard

  Do you suffer from speech anxiety and presentation jitters? Learn these 3 techniques to get relaxed quickly for public speaking!    read more »

Can Speaking Fear Enhance Your Performance? Sure. Here's How!

Mar 27, 2013 by Gary Genard

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Speak Too Quickly? — 3 Exercises for Effective Presentations

Mar 24, 2013 by Gary Genard

  Speaking too rapidly is a common problem that gives your listeners too little time to process information. Listening is a two-step activity: people need to hear what is said, then process that ... read more »

On a Tightrope: 5 Signs You Suffer from "Hidden" Stage Fright

Nov 25, 2012 by Gary Genard

Do you suffer from "hidden" stage fright? read more »

4 Dangerous Myths that Will Hurt Your Public Speaking

May 24, 2012 by Gary Genard

Ever wonder where that saying came from about being our own worst enemy? At least one place you'll find it is in this elegant turn of phrase: read more »

Public Speaking Skills: How to Give a 'Command Performance'

Apr 29, 2012 by Gary Genard

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Don't Give Fear an Opportunity: Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety

Mar 11, 2012 by Gary Genard

Fear of public speaking can be personally and professionally devastating. Not only does it diminish your speaking pleasure; it can delay your professional advancement, disturb your peace of mind, and ... read more »

Audiences Want the Real You, Not a Polished Speaker

Nov 08, 2011 by Gary Genard

One of the fascinating things about speaking in public is that it reveals so much about who we are as human beings.  As I tell my clients and trainees:  even as a former actor, I would have to work ... read more »

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