The Public Speaking Imposter Syndrome — Part 2

Posted on 20Aug

{3 minutes to read} In Part 1 of this series, we looked at whether taking classes and coaching in public speaking is worth the cost. Many speakers are hampered by trying to follow all the “rules” they have learned in their classes. In Part 2 we list some things that you should keep in mind if you have participated in some type of training in the past:

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Public Speakers, Coaches, and Authors: You Can Buy Stocks or Stock Up on Toilet Paper — Your Choice!

Posted on 31Mar


{5 minutes to read} The world is changing, and along with it the public speaking world. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, live events have been cancelled or postponed, at least for the near-term, so what do we do? “We can go online and write/publish books.” Some speakers are saying they are going to take things online — do webinars, live streaming, etc., and according to a number of experts, maybe for the next few months this is not bad. That sounds great in theory, but if you’re going to build an online business then it’s going to take at least a year to get momentum and you’ll have to spend a lot of money on advertising. (Just ask anyone who has built a 7 figure online business.)

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