The Psychology of Public Speaking

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As a public speaking trainer and eternal student of Public Speaking I’m always looking deeper into this art to improve my skills.

You can be assured that Public Speaking willl constantly present unique challenges for everyone who endeavors to do it well. Truth be told, most of them are in the intricancies of the mind.

In my Public Speaking training practice I’ve found that most of the fundamental challenges that new (and even advanced) students of Public Speaking encounter are related to many of the psychological aspects of speaking (above most other road-blocks).

Psychology has much to teach us about the field of Public Speaking and we really should explore the insights this science brings. I always keep this in mind and my training is focused on giving people the skills to be able to deliver speeches with confidence, vigor and enthusiasm using this science.

In my humble opinion overcoming the psychological hurdles to speaking is the most important challenge to learn and improve Public Speaking skills.

At Fearless Speakers, we focus on using the latest scientific research as a basis for our training, coaching and bootcamps. We research far and wide so you don’t have to. Our goal is always to give you the best training experience and improve your speaking outcomes and career/life trajectory. With science and passion we bring you the best in public speaking training. Want to learn more about the Psychology of Public Speaking? Look at our website and connect to us on social media to keep seeing our posts.

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Gus German is a Certified Professional Public Speaker and Senior Trainer at FEARLESS SPEAKERS, a Sydney- based, a public speaking training organization. As a seasoned public speaking trainer & professional speaker he enjoys helping other succeed in this worthy and rewarding craft. Gus is also a Certified Project Manager and has a background in Electronics Engineering. He also worked as a Counsellor over many years and specialises in Exposure Therapy

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