Some studies have shown that public speaking ranks as high or higher then the fear of death. Many things can cause you to fear public speaking— insecurity, language barriers, or lack of confidence.
But there is hope. Like any other skill—effective public speaking can be improved with practice.
You may not want to be the next Winston Churchill, but you desire to be able to convey and communicate your thoughts, ideas, or objectives clearly to your listener. As a businessperson or a parent, you want to say what you want to say without confusing your listener. And this is true in any of the other roles you hold in life.
This section of our site is dedicated to helping you improve your public speaking skills. It can help you or your student(s) to communicate more effectively and with confidence.
Visit http://www.excusemeletmespeak.com/ to to learn more about public speaking.
To read articles about public speaking go to http://excusemeletmespeak.com/blog/
To order a copy of Excuse Me! Let Me Speak a Young Persons Guide to Public Speaking