Let’s face it, public speaking is not high on the lists of things that most people enjoy. But it honestly is for me. I look forward to getting up in front of audience. I find it stimulating and exciting. I would do it every day if I could. (OK, maybe not every day, but I truly do enjoy it).
Has it always been this way for me? Heck no. I used to get nervous about public speaking as much as anyone. But I practiced. I found my style. I gained confidence. I knew that improving public speaking skills would help me move forward in my career. And it’s paid off for me.
Today, I frequently speak on many topics, including my Doing Well By Doing Good philosophy.
But there are things I wish that people would’ve told me about public speaking. And that’s why I wrote an article featuring tips on how to master it.
I love public speaking. So can you. I present seven tips for getting comfortable in my latest piece for Forbes, which you can read here.
Try them. Before you know it, you’ll be ready for a TEDx Talk of your own.