We all feel resistance around things we don’t want to do.
But ever feel resistance around things you actually want to do? How maddening is that?
Public speaking is one of those things. It’s easy to just not do it.
But the people who struggle with it aren’t those who flat-out refuse; they’re the ones who KINDA REALLY want to do it—to speak up, to say something, to get up there.
Those buts! Even those who already have and love speaking hear the questions rising like a cloud of gnats in their heads:
Why would anyone listen to me?
Don’t you have to be an extrovert to be a great speaker? (Nope.)
Don’t you have to be born to do it to be really good? (No.)
I tell people, if you can read, you can write. Well—if you talk, you can speak. You already do it, every day.
As a rule, we tend to overestimate other people’s authority and expertise, especially when it comes to speaking. And you know what? The pros get it wrong, too. All the time!
Ok so let’s talk about it. All of it—including the most common questions and mistakes that speakers make (or are afraid of making).
And how to begin reframing what speaking can mean for YOU.
How’s Monday 3/14 at 6p ET for you? Hop on the list and I’ll send you the link to check out the call!