Most people have to speak in public sometime during their life.
Even if their working life doesn't require it, most are likely to
face an audience for social events such as weddings and funerals.
Why is public speaking so scary for so many? The fear of failure
can increase the worry factor exponentially, making the process
stressful to the point that many simply refuse to do it. The key to
gaining the confidence to overcome fear, says author Drew Provan,
is thorough, methodical preparation. In "Public Speaking in Easy
Steps, " he takes readers through each step of the process: the
initial invitation, planning the speech so the underlying message
is crystal clear, using props or audiovisual equipment, planning
for the day, and establishing an identity as a composed and assured
speaker. "Public Speaking in Easy Steps" shows reluctant readers
how to give a successful speech that is relaxed and enjoyable for
both speaker and audience.
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