Try something New

Fireworks clusterNew Year is a great time to reflect on not only what you’ve achieved over the past year but it also gives you time to think about what you’d like to achieve during the coming year.

 Have you vowed to try something new this year?

When it comes to public speaking there are a range of things we can do.

1. You can join Toastmasters and learn speaking and leadership skills

2. You can hire a speaking coach to improve you skills

3. You can watch other speakers or join the National Speakers Association

4. You can read books, listen to tapes and watch videos on the subject

5. You can commit to speaking more often – practice makes perfect

6. You can use speaking to generate new business or sell more products

7. You can mentor someone else on their speaking journey.

The New Year is a great time to think about what you’d like to achieve.

There are so many options when it comes to speaking so step outside that comfort zone, write down what you would like to achieve and a date you’d like to achieve it by.

Keep speaking – Carrol

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One Response to “Try something New”

  1. David Portney - the "Public Speaking Training Wizard" Says:

    Stepping outside our comfort zone was required to learn how to do much of what we can do today – ride a bike, drive a car, and so on. There are also tons of free public speaking training articles in ezine directories and on websites such as I can’t agree more on your advice here – and, public speaking is for sure the fastest easiest way (and most fun way!) to promote yourself and/or your business.

    Get out there and speak!

    David Portney

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