Be a More Confident Public Speaker


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If public speaking sounds like your worst nightmare, you’re not alone. You’re one of the estimated 70 percent of the population that has an intense fear of public speaking. That’s OK. On today’s WellCast, we’ve got our Triple P method that will keep you calm during that next oral report and keep your breakfast where it belongs. Ready?

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  1. I have a big speech tomorrow and I just keep reading my script trying to remember it so I don’t have to look at my note cards. I am NOT ready.

  2. Started my day to become a better speaker found this vid and srsly let me tell u this just ,add me more nervous more pressure can't be bothered and that posture i got disqualified for that

  3. I did my student counciler speech today, I was so nervous but I was fine on my turn but my friend is sad cuz she says I'm gonna get and she's not. And I feel bad coz she's always been jealous of me 🙁 what do I do

  4. I'm doing a book report and you have to list the characters. I have so many that even the most important ones add up to about 30

  5. I'm not even that nerveous about speaking itself, it's just I have to do it in front of my whole year level and I'm in year 8, so the majority of my class are dicks. And also I'm not very well known so throwing a joke in there is out of the option. Another tip for people; don't write your whole speech down, PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE using just dot points and putting in things that your faience can relate to. Be a comfortable, relatable person.

  6. Guys stop hating! Her voice might sound annoying, but just keep the mean comments to yourself! She’s just trying to have fun! Jeez!


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