“This method will hold the attention of any audience. It keeps them on the edge of their seats waiting to hear what you’re going to say.”
(PRWEB) May 04, 2011
MyReviewsNow is proud to announce an exciting public speaking program is helping many of those who were once frightened to speak in front of a group relax and become professional speakers.
The program is revealed in a book by Andy Pander and is entitled Public Speaking Secrets Revealed. The entire program, along with the secrets, is available online at the MyReviewsNow website.
Author Pander has three secrets that he reveals to help anyone lose their fear of talking to a group. His success as a public speaker has brought him before groups from large corporations, such as Proctor & Gamble, Shell, ExonMobile, Microsoft, Barclays Capital, EA, Burger King, Herbalife, RBS, and IKEA, and many other groups. Pander has made public speaking appearances more than 400 times.
Pander stated that “It is possible to overcome fear by using specific methods when presenting to groups.”
Public speaking workshops often cost between $200 and $1,000, but Pander’s book explaining the three secrets to successful speaking to groups sells for under $50.
Pander added that “It’s easy to choose a topic for your presentation once you know the three easy steps. You’ll also learn how I never have the problem of knowing what to talk about when I’m presenting.”
Anyone who has ever blanked out when they got in front of a group will definitely want to read Pander’s advice for avoiding this completely.
Gaining a rapport with your audience is an important element of public speaking, and this program addresses how to do this. The audience’s first impression of you has a lot to do with how much they pay attention to what you’re saying, and this is another subject covered in the program.
Pander has also unlocked the way to close a presentation in a way that leaves the crowd begging for more and wishing that your talk was not over. This is the opposite reaction that most speakers get when the audience is relieved that they have finally completed their talk.
The author has had a lot of success with his presentations, and he partially credits this to his use of storytelling. He said that, “This method will hold the attention of any audience. It keeps them on the edge of their seats waiting to hear what you’re going to say.”
Pander’s recommendation for not needing to scramble for thoughts right before a presentation is to use a pre-speaking check list to organize thoughts.
When asked if he can guarantee that anyone who reads his book will become a fantastic presenter, Pander replied that “Of course, I can’t guarantee that, but I will guarantee that you’re speaking before groups will be improved and that you will be better if you follow the secrets in my eBook.”
In addition to the eBook, Pander is offering other very helpful aids to those who purchase his book. These are an article that he wrote explaining how to give and receive feedback, a book about dealing with stress induced by an upcoming presentation, and eight weekly free public speaking newsletters.