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This article was published on March 23, 2018

    How to become a better public speaker on your own time

    How to become a better public speaker on your own time
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    It’s a nightmare that’s jolted us all awake out of a dead sleep at some time or other. You’ve got to stand up and give the big speech or the big presentation. If you’re like most of us, that’s a terrifying proposition, whether it’s a dream or just your frightening reality.

    However, nailing your public speaking assignment doesn’t have to be the nausea-inducing, white-knuckle affair you’re dreading.

    In fact, with the right training like the steps laid out in this Complete Presentation and Public Speaking Course ($15, over 90 percent off from TNW Deals), you can not only beat back the butterflies but even feel the commanding power of delivering the perfect speech.

    This course led by business school professor, Columbia University MBA grad, and avowed former speech-aphobe Chris Haroun, includes over 200 lectures covering over 16 hours of content, all directed at refining your game when it’s time for a significant business or personal presentation.

    Through exercises and templates, you’ll learn how to structure your message, add in effective multimedia and music support and even the right physical mannerisms that’ll get an audience right into the palm of your hand. The course also provides 25 different speech guides with more than 50 slide templates to give you a leg up in organizing virtually any address, from a wedding toast to a grant proposal.

    Your coursework will even walk you through the mental steps for ordering your mind into pulling off your presentation flawlessly with style.

    Assembled for even the most uncomfortable public speaker, the tips to change how you present yourself to the world are available now at a considerable discount — $200 worth of training for only $15.