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What are Public Speaking Monkeys, and why do I need to tame them?

Public Speaking Monkeys are the negative, internal voices that put doubts in our mind about our presenting abilities (“You don’t know what you’re talking about”… “You’re going bright red”…“Your voice sounds squeaky” – those sorts of things). By taming them, you will overcome your fears, gain confidence, and become a cool, calm speaker who actually enjoys public speaking.

So who is the book for?

It’s for professional people who would like to be a confident and engaging speaker. Whether public speaking scares you beyond belief, or simply makes you feel uncomfortable, you probably have some monkeys – most of us do.

What can I expect?

The book takes you through my multi-award winning approach in ten chapters. It’s not a standard self-help book, in that it is part practical workbook with exercises designed to help you overcome your fear. In other words, it’s for people who are ready to take action! I also share practical tips and techniques for mastering the art of public speaking, covering things like body language and how to prepare, practise and structure your talk.

Can I try before I buy?

Yes! If you sign up to my mailing list, you can download a free chapter which covers the three golden rules to overcoming your speaking fear.

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So what do the ten chapters cover?

What do readers say?

At the time of writing this, 100% of Amazon reviewers gave the book five stars.

“A practical, easy to follow guide to public speaking, this unique and humorous book takes you step-by-step through the stages of public speaking, starting with why you are nervous. It then gives a series of exercises to “tame your monkeys”, the key to becoming a more relaxed speaker. Having read the book and done the exercises, I can confidently say my monkeys have been tamed. I look forward to any opportunities to present now. Thanks.”

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