This problem can be resolved. You may not believe this right now, but remember, I’ve shown countless others—from university students to executives at the workplace to those in leadership positions—how to feel relaxed and confident in front of an audience. The Public Speaking Confidence training program worked for them. I think it can work for you too.
Let me explain why.
The fear of public speaking is not an illness. You are not sick so there is nothing to cure. The only thing happening is your brain is tricking you into reacting in a way that is not appropriate.
Consciously, you know that standing in front of an audience is safe. No harm can come to you.
You feel comfortable talking to your friends, family, and even work colleagues. You don’t have a problem with people per se, and you see others speak before audiences with ease all the time. It is an activity everyone is capable of. So it must be something you can do, too.
You consciously know this to be true, and yet your subconscious mind is telling you a different story. It’s saying there is something to be scared of.
Your mind is giving you mixed signals.
All we have to do is reach your subconscious and replace the existing story (public speaking is something to fear) with a new story, the true story (public speaking is safe and can even be enjoyable).
That’s all there is to it
Think of it this way—imagine you have a safe with thousands of pounds inside it. If you don’t have the combination, the only way you can get at the money is to buy some dynamite, set the fuses, and blow it up. More than likely, the safe will be destroyed, and all the cash will end up in smoke, too.
All that time, effort, and expense with no result. These are the other methods you may have tried already.
But with the combination, opening it is simple. A small child could twist the dial, turn the handle and open it. There’s nothing to it.
What if I told you I have the combination
With the correct combination to your subconscious, it’s easy to open the door and change the story. The existing, faulty narrative is replaced with the true story, that public speaking is safe and can even be fun.
The same combination will treat almost everybody, though for some, the combination needed is a bit more complex. It may take a little longer but we usually get them there in the end.
Old methods of overcoming public speaking fears are time consuming, expensive, and often don’t work, whereas the new methods are easy and can work effortlessly.