Studies say 75% of people have a fear of public speaking.
Through a supportive and positive environment, we'll help you to:
- alleviate the fear and anxiety of performing by giving you the tools you need to start practicing on your own
- find ways to approach public appearance situations positively
- find the courage to take the initiative to enter public appearances consciously
- techniques for preparing public appearances or speeches
Public speaking, whether introducing a new product to colleagues or presenting your organization to strangers, has become part of our daily lives. Even though you can do it if necessary, do you avoid public speaking, e.g. leading meetings or events and speaking during special moments?
As anxiety develops, we may have an increasingly negative attitude towards public speaking. How do you feel when you go "on stage"?
Do you feel that your natural state does not come across when speaking in public?
SpeakSmart's Anna Karolin has dealt with the fear of public speaking for years. Years of self-development through debate and an educational background in political psychology have helped Anna to interpret the performance in a different way and practice constantly. Over the years, she has worked with a number of people to reduce their fear of public speaking and increase their confidence. Due to her educational background in political psychology, Anna uses exercises and approaches from cognitive psychology.
Anna Karolin: "Public speaking gives us the opportunity to try to convince people and make them think along with us. The skill is useful both in everyday life and in the eyes of employers. Therefore, I recommend taking the first steps to overcome anxiety starting tomorrow. Or today".
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"There was a sufficient balance between theory and practical activities. It was challenging enough to slightly surpass myself, but not too much. I was able to deal with my anxiety mechanisms from different sides, which was very supportive. "
"I think that during the course (and constant practice) I was able to reduce the anxiety resulting from public speaking and cope with it better. "
"Above all, I expected that I would have to do a lot of practical tasks (speech, etc.), and that assumption was correct."