This course is for those who don't want to feel stupid because of having nothing to say in front of a camera or an audience.
It is OK to feel lost because of stress that so many of us experience during public communication. But it doesn't mean that it has to stay that way.
This course contains a set of exercises to develop your eloquence, so that you will sound as if you have a prepared speech for any occasion, even though it is just your ability to get your thoughts together and to imrovise on a spot.
Learn the principles that will help you get the most out of this course.
Learn about where should you improvise and where you should not.
Learn how to make people look at facts the way you want them to.
Have some fun observing how "That's good/That's bad" technique can be used by comedians.
Learn how to use the power of your brain to get your eloquence boosted.
Learn how to logically drive the conversation to where you want it to go.
Learn how to use your voice to sound confident and interesting.
Learn how to "Zoom in" and "Zoom out" to always have something to say.
Learn how to use your knowledge and background to come up with a speech on a spot.
Learn how to use your background knowledge to impress people while producing a speech on a spot.
Learn how to use questions as an ultimate tool of handling a conversation or producing a speech.
Learn how to win 2-3 seconds to get your thoughts together and prepare to answer a difficult question.
Get your bonus for the course that will teach you how to get results in public speaking.
I am a professional teacher. After obtaining a University degree giving seminars had been a hobby for a while, but then it became a full-time job with a total period of 4 years of dedication.
Currently I work for a major Internet-company as a T&D-manager, helping people to become better in managing, public speaking, speed-reading, processing information and finding creative solutions to problems.
I am often invited to speak at conferences, TV and radio-shows.
To me it is the best part in life. I think we are meant to share our knowledge and experience with each other.
The techniques I provide in my courses are not what I just read or heard somewhere. Whatever you learn in my courses – it was (what I call it) “tested on the battlefield” by myself and/or my students.
Feel free to reach me. Ask questions. Share your experience.