Harness Your Speaking Anxiety

And Connect Emotionally With Your Audience

by Nathan Gold



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/4/2019

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781728313405
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781728313412

About the Book

When it’s your turn to speak, do you experience: ✓ Heart racing ✓ Tunnel vision ✓ Shoulder tension ✓ Butterflies in your gut ✓ Shortness of breath ✓ Cold clammy hands ✓ A blank mind ✓ Dry mouth ✓ Nauseousness Yes? Good! You read that right. Good! Anyone of these symptoms means you are human and someone who cares about their audience when you speak. It’s how we’re all wired - we ALL have speaking anxiety in varying degrees depending on the situation. This book contains 28 practical tools to help you discover how your nervous energy can be harnessed and used as a potent force when speaking in any situation whether on stage delivering a TED talk, presenting the keynote at a conference, pitching to management or investors for resources, or even answering questions during a job interview. You’ll learn: • What are the origins and causes of your speaking anxiety • The simplest and easiest way to take control of your speaking anxiety • How to introduce yourself to a new group of people with confidence • How to turn your speaking anxiety into authentic enthusiasm • How accent reduction for ESL speakers can reduce speaking anxiety Ready to get the upper hand on your speaking anxiety - and level-up your career AND your life? Harness Your Speaking Anxiety promises to give you compelling answers and help you Connect Emotionally With Your Audience.

About the Author

NATHAN GOLD hails from San Francisco. He coaches people around the world on how to prepare for high-stakes speaking opportunities through keynotes, workshops, and 1:1 sessions both in person and online. The Wall Street Journal called Nathan, “An elevator pitch expert.” He is an Industry Fellow at the UC Berkeley and Hong Kong Baptist University, a guest lecturer at Wharton Entrepreneurship, and is featured on the Kauffman Founders School.