Public Speaking

“I’m very brave generally,” he went on in a low voice, “only today I happen to have a headache.”

Tweedledum, in Through the Looking-Glass
Lewis Carroll (1832-1898), English author


From Pterodactyls to Butterflies 

Fear of public speaking has been rated (by some) as second only to the fear of death.

  • The power to influence people…
  • The power to impact audiences from 10 to 10,000…
  • The power to effect change…
  • The power to meet your professional goals.

Nothing can propel you to the top faster—no matter what business you’re in— than speaking well in front of people.

Public speaking is a common source of stress for everyone. Many of us would like to avoid this problem entirely, but this is hard to do. Whether we work alone or with large numbers of people, eventually we will need to speak in public to get certain tasks accomplished.  If we want to be leaders or achieve anything meaningful in our lives, we will often need to speak to groups–large and small–to be successful.

Think for a moment, what would it be like if you could naturally and easily get up in front of a group to present your ideas to move forward with your career?

The truth about public speaking, however, is that IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE STRESSFUL! If you correctly understand the hidden causes of public speaking stress, and if you learn just a few key concepts and the techniques to eliminate nervousness, you will become a powerful leader!

Here’s what you’ll get from the program:

  • Learn triggering thought patterns
  • Develop the sensory perceptions of your triggering symptoms
  • Learn the power of the charge-discharge pattern
  • Develop a gold mine of anchoring resources
How’s the program works:
The Pterodactyls to Butterflies program is typically delivered in individual coaching and small group sessions. The basic level course is six hourly sessions, scheduled weekly.