Eight Techniques

for Reducing anxiety when speaking

A Practical Tips Guide for Success

About The guide

Does speaking in public give you anxiety or cause you fear?

This guide will help you address the factors you can control and put you on your way to less fear and anxiety when speaking.

You’ve heard it said before that people fear speaking in public more than they fear death. For some, the anxiety and fear that speaking provokes is real. This quick guide includes eight techniques to give you the tools you need to reduce your anxiety.

 

About The author

Paige Armstrong, MSW, LCSW, has many years of international and national clinical, program development, and management experience. She has served as psychotherapist, coach, educator and speaker across small to mid- size companies. Over the course of her career, she has successfully fostered personal growth and development, and recovery for a diversity of populations – at-risk youth, Fortune 500 CEOs, professional athletes, veterans, and high achievers.

In 2006, Armstrong single-handedly established Life Enrichment Resources (LER), a successful private practice specializing in treating addictions, trauma, codependency, and relationship issues. 

Paige Armstrong

About the speaker

As a high-stakes communications expert, Alan motivates individuals and teams to build their confidence and professionalism and trains them to seamlessly handle the unexpected in ANY communications setting.

Alan is an International Keynote Speaker, Coach, Trainer, and Author who has delivered keynotes and training workshops to thousands on the impact of powerful, persuasive communication. He immediately connects with audiences with his high energy, relatable stories, and easy-to-apply, practical strategies. Alan uses a mentorship mindset to coach and lead others. With his engineering background and his analytical personality, he incorporates what truly works into his keynotes and coaching.

Alan is the Executive Director and Principal Trainer of MillsWyck Communications.  He is the author of Presentation Sin: The Practical Guide to Stop Offending (and Start Impressing) Your Audience.

Alan Hoffler