There are countless websites telling you how to be more successful at public speaking.
But what if you're petrified speaking in front of a group? Not nervous. Not scared. Petrified.
If that's the case, you wouldn't even consider getting onstage to address a crowd. Ever. Right?
I was like that. I remember that weird pressure you feel in your chest. And how you can't breathe right, and how your voice cracks and everyone notices. And that panicky, "WTF is wrong with me?" thing.
Years ago I made a promise to myself that I'd figure out how to get over myself. And I did.
The turning point happened about 45 seconds before I walked onstage with Ivanka Trump to interview her in front of 800 people.
"How To Be An Average Public Speaker" is about how to convince yourself to get on stage. It's not about how to be a great speaker. You have to be a kinda okay speaker before you can be a good speaker, let alone great.
Yes, there might be moments on stage when you suck. When you mess up. It happens to everyone, in the beginning. It happened to me. It still happens to me, but I'm a lot better dealing with it now, and turning things around.
Or maybe you've already participated on a few panels, or presented onstage. How did it go? Do you want to do it again, better?
"How To Be An Average Public Speaker" might also be valuable for you. Most people have to speak publicly a few dozen times before they can attain any level of mediocrity.
The main thing is to get started and keep going. Because once you're a halfway decent public speaker, you'll have accomplished something much bigger.
You'll have mastered fear, to a degree.
You'll also be a better communicator, and better able to advocate for what you believe or want.
You'll know yourself more, and what you're capable of, for sure.
Those skills have all kinds of benefits beyond speaking to a group of people in a controlled setting.
So, download the free PDF below for a bunch of ways to support your journey toward being an average public speaker.
I can help get you that far. The rest is up to you.