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Conquer Fear of Public Speaking

Do you dream of giving confident, inspiring speeches and presentations, but the thought of public speaking fills you with dread? Do you get butterflies, a dry throat, or forget what you want to say and fumble your way through your talks? There is a solution! In this course, you’ll learn how to understand and manage your nerves, and develop confidence and authority when speaking and presenting. Using professional techniques, you’ll harness the breathing, posture, and self-knowledge to overcome panic and give more powerful, confident speeches.

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Created by Dr. Paul Harrison
10 lessons
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47m
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100%
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Free for 7 days. Then $7.5/mo.
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Dr. Paul Harrison is a presenter, author, and media archaeologist, with over ten years of experience in public speaking and lecturing. His lectures have appeared in periodicals and magazines, such as BBC History Magazine's "Top Ten Things to Do." Paul has been interviewed on national radio and Sky News and appears on the History Channel hit, "Ancient Top Ten."

He was also a writer and presenter on Sega's "Total War" mini-documentaries.

Paul is an enthusiastic performer, appearing in several ambitious short films and even a feature film, working closely with such actors as Rebecca Hall, Olivia Poulet, and "Spartacus's" Simon Merrells. Paul recently worked as a television producer for a major alternative investment company, where he tutored high-level economics experts, hedge fund managers, and top financial analysts to present on camera. He is the founder of Close-Up Presenting.

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