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Overcome Fear of Public Speaking

Sep 29, 2012 05:38PM

Rose Mayer

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that 75 percent of all adults are afraid to speak in public. The consequences of this fear can result in being passed over for promotions at work, turning down better-paying jobs, not speaking up at work or at family functions and continuously living in constant fear of having to speak in public.

One client was so painfully shy in high school that she forced herself to sit in the front row, but not because she wanted to be smart. It was just more bearable to her to have the other kids’ eyes bore through the back of her head rather than have them turn around to look at her when she had to answer a question.

She learned that it is possible to speak in public without fear. She is now teaching others how they too, can quickly and easily reduce their fears and have the confidence to speak up at business meetings or family functions.

Free half-hour initial consultation. For more information, call 520-400-0758 or visit RoseMMayer.com.

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