• Public Speaking

  • A Public Speaking Handbook on How to Finally Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking and to Inspire Any Audience
  • By: Sam Siv
  • Narrated by: Jack Nolan
  • Length: 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-16-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sam Siv
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (35 ratings)
  • Whispersync for Voice-ready

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Publisher's Summary

Public speaking is the main principal element of fear for most people. Sometimes, finding one’s own voice in front of a crowd can cause a great amount of anxiety and stress. In order to overcome the fear of public speaking, there are different strategies and techniques that one can employ to become a more confident communicator. While some are born with an innate sense of how to speak to an audience, others are scared speechless at the mere idea of giving a speech. Feeling nervous before giving a speech is normal and can be controlled by following the guidelines outlined in this audiobook.
Don’t be discouraged, if you bomb out during your first public speaking engagement, allow us to help you focus on your potential to find your place among the great speakers of the world. After listening to this book, you will be able to keep the butterflies you feel in check, and to bring your communication skills to greater heights.
Here is a sampling of what you'll learn, plus easy chapter navigation:

Five Elements/Factors of Speaking in Public
How to Identify Fear and Phobias
Causes of Public Speaking Fear
Learning to Breathe and Throw Your Voice
All About the Audience-They want You to Succeed
Public Speaking Techniques That Work
How to Calm Your Nerves and Let Go of Stress
Using Humor to Win the Crowd
Creating a Win-Win Situation
How to Use and Handle Silent Moments
How to Deal with Mistakes
Practical Speaking Application
Using Your New Knowledge
Using Your Available Resources
Taking Steps to Overcome Your Fear
Thoughtful Practice to Make Perfect
©2014 Sam Siv (P)2014 Sam Siv
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Customer Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
By C Davis on 11-15-14

A Great Public Speaking Handbook

What made the experience of listening to Public Speaking the most enjoyable?

The tone set by Jack Nolan was the perfect tone for this book. It made this book easy to listen to and the information was so dead on. Great book.

What did you learn from Public Speaking that you would use in your daily life?

The best thing that I learned from this book on Public Speaking that I will use in my daily life is breathing. This is so important and you don't always think about how important it is.

Any additional comments?

Reading this book on Public Speaking will definitely impact my life and how I am able to address others in public. Everything from how to dress, recording yourself to hear how you sound to your breathing. Absolutely everything is covered.

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4 out of 5 stars
By ZooMama on 05-23-15

Simple but Good Advice

Would you consider the audio edition of Public Speaking to be better than the print version?

I definitely enjoyed listening to this more than I would have, had I read it in print. I probably would have put it down, but the narrator worked to make it interesting and engaging.

Would you recommend Public Speaking to your friends? Why or why not?

If a friend were looking for a simple start to overcoming fears of public speaking, I would certainly recommend this as a good start. Someone experienced but looking for more helpful tips may not find it as helpful.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Craig Beck on 12-21-14

Useless and far too basic

Ok if you are a complete numbskull and can't work out that having cue cards is a good idea then yes this might help. If you have half a brain don't bother with this - a complete waste of time - so obvious and pointless.

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