The fact remains that one of the top fears that people have – even more than the fear of death – is the fear of public speaking.
I’m not a counselor or psychiatrist, but the best way that I’ve overcome fears in life is by facing them.
That’s one of the reasons I’m attending the Launch and SCORRE Conferences, which help individuals become more confident and accomplished at conveying the benefits of a product, service or message.
Public speaking is part of that.
It can be developed and you can become better at it.
To help folks unable to attend the SCORRE Conference specifically, I worked with the organizers to develop this infographic below that outlines the steps of speaking publicly.
Whether it’s a presentation you have to deliver to colleagues at work; an external agency or a keynote address to an arena of thousands of people – this SCORRE process can help you craft and deliver your message with confidence.
Question: Have you ever had to speak in front of a group of people? How did you feel?