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Master Public Speaking: Presenting Like a Pro is an enjoyable and practical guide to public speaking mastery, focusing less on technical terms and more on practical application and optimising mindset. The course offers more than the basic tips for presenting successfully with confidence and ease, instead using four key principles as a hinge that connects speaking skills with genuine audience engagement.
It includes lectures, opportunities to pause for activities, and meditation guides to promote the adoption of distinguished speaking practices.
There is a 30 day 100% money-back guarantee and the opportunity to get one to one advice from me as you move through this course. I am here to help!
Prices increase this March, 2015, so click the Take This Course button at the top of the screen to start your journey in public speaking mastery.
This foreword establishes how to get the most out of the course. Follow these recommendations and see tremendous bounds in your public speaking ability.
The four principles that support most of the course content. Return to the four principles regularly and ask yourself, 'How am I applying these to my speaking today?'.
The first principle to bear in mind throughout the course and all your public speaking endeavors. Connecting with the audience goes beyond the content of your presentation and into your performance. Are you getting it right?
How to utilise the most transformative public speaking tip when it comes to tone, confidence and conveying passion.
Setting aside the typical advice to make 'eye contact', this lecture is centred on real connection through the eyes.
A quiz to test and solidify your understanding of how to genuinely connect with your audience.
An overview of the second principle- 'Use Drama', and how to apply this while maintaining a sense of integrity and natural movement.
Discussing the least utilised public speaking tool among beginning and accomplished speakers, this lecture encourages and investigation of facial expression to communicate with flair.
Covering vocal dynamics in the least technical way, this practical guide to the voice will shift people out of the monotone and into expressive speaking.
In a day and age of fast information, we often lose sight of how to pace ourselves and employ 'the pause'. Learn the best pace for your style and content.
Tricks to help you speak more clearly than ever. Magic for mumblers!
Focusing on hand movement, this lecture teaches you how to gesture while applying the key principles of public speaking.
How to breathe correctly to support your body and all the great changes you have been making throughout the course.
Take this quiz to recap and show-off your knowledge of 'performing' during your speech.
The third principle that expresses the importance of keeping the essence of you when making a speech.
The greatest paradox that is also the savior of beginning and competent public speakers.
I lead a double life, kind of like a superhero, but mostly like a lady with several passions and two core businesses that make a difference to people's lives.
After working as high school English teacher for several years, I noticed scope in the curriculum to deal more extensively with the building of confidence, learning skills and compassion within our young people. Sometimes I'd get in trouble from the principal for spending my lunch time teaching kids how to have better relationships with their peers or how make the words of a bully insignificant. Then came the birth of School Savvy, an organisation that teaches confidence and success at school and in the 'real world' through writing, speaking and creative means. As a trained English teacher, these modes of communication are close to my heart and also my area of expertise.
But that is just one of my lives. I am also a life coach who helps adults shift beliefs, follow their passion and be happier using their natural creativity. I even write empowering theme songs for people because it's fun and makes their life more awesome.
You may also know me as Rebecca Zammit and can find me on Youtube doing karate and teaching teens how to improve their writing and speaking. You may occasionally see some embarrassing moments of singing or general tomfoolery. I hope you do.
I am also very open to communication from those seeking help or those who currently work with me, so do reach out if there is anything you need. I mostly hang out in Australia, if you ever want to visit!