“Very helpful, practical tips – engaging the whole time and very authentic which helped me relate.  Thank you!”

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What's your Story?

We would love to hear your public speaking stories, in particular how you dealt with nerves, stage fright etc. All stories will be considered.

 

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by turning it over in their mind. 

Anon

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“Fantastic presentation. Thank you – I really enjoyed that.”

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Welcome to Public Speaking for Introverts, a free resource to help quiet people achieve growth through public speaking and presenting.

The intention is for the site to contain tips about public speaking and presenting, as well as more detailed articles and lists of resources and links to other sites.  New material is being added all the time, so please visit often and also let us know if you come across useful material that you would like to share with other visitors.

It is also a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences.  You can hear about the experiences of other visitors to the site.  We would love to hear your own experiences too – what worked for you and what didn’t.

Public speaking can be a daunting experience, especially for people towards the more introverted end of the spectrum.  With experience, though, it can also be incredibly satisfying and the benefits that you gain in increasing confidence spill over into other aspects of your professional and personal life.

May you find growth, increasing confidence and enjoyment from your speaking!

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