Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking
As many as 75 percent of people suffer from Glossophobia or fear of public speaking. Are you one of them?
Do you feel anxious or panic at the thought of speaking in front of an audience?
Does speech anxiety affect your work life?
Does performance anxiety create debilitating physical symptoms?
Do you jeopardize or forgo career advancement to avoid public speaking?
I am here to help you overcome this common problem. With 20+ years working in media and with executives, I coach individuals on overcoming fear of public speaking.
Instead of freezing in front of groups and audiences, clients learn how to channel anxiety into high performance.
What Glossopobia Feels Like?
Symptoms of Glossophobia include:
- intense anxiety prior to, or simply at the thought of having to verbally communicate with any group,
- avoidance of events which focus the group’s attention on individuals in attendance,
- physical distress such as an increase blood pressure and heart beats, sweating, nausea, stiffening neck and upper back muscles.
How Coaching Can Help You Overcome Glossophobia
With more than three decades of professional digital and broadcast experience at the world’s
leading news organizations, I have the skills and knowledge to bring out your best. I coach innovators, entrepreneurs, executives, government leaders, industrialists, groundbreaking
academics, world-class athletes, emerging talent, and others like you.
Clients like you learn to capture audience attention and comfortably win audience buy-in with compelling sound bites. From intonation to body language to what you wear, our one-on-one coaching helps you look and sound your best. I help you maximize your impact in delivering speeches and information to audiences at the workplace.
Your voice and opinion deserve to be heard
With the right coaching, you stand out whether speaking in a conference room, before an audience, and on-air. Count on me to ensure your public appearances turn into crisp and polished content that you can deliver with pride.
If you’re struggling with fear of public speaking, call Jonathan Wachtel at 917-327-0651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a complimentary consultation.
Coaching packages are available.