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Learn How to Speak Your Spirit

Are you or someone you know afraid of Public Speaking?  You aren’t alone. Public Speaking is listed by Chapman University as the #1 fear of Americans, before clowns, death and loneliness.  But fear of Public Speaking isn’t just something you can easily avoid, since the inability to speak in front of a gathering can affect your success in school and your income later in life.

The goal of Speak Your Spirit is to help you understand why the fear is there and how to effectively diffuse it, before you worry about the how of  giving a speech like what to wear and how to use your hands.  It’s not something you have to sign up for, schedule a weekend to attend, or even leave your home to learn.  This quick Speak Your Spirit audio program can be heard wherever and whenever is convenient for you, and the Speak Your Spirit transcript is included so you can experience the lesson when listening is not an option.

Click on the links above to learn more about the Speak Your Spirit Program and why it is unlike any other remedy available.

3 thoughts on “Learn How to Speak Your Spirit

  1. I admire those students who stood up for the Our Father recital at the beginning of the day. I was a National Promoter for a group called LTS -Leadership Training Service and there and also in some schools in India, prayer was always done by a rep. of each religion present e.g
    Christians from the Bible, Muslims from the Prophet or some parts of Koran, Hindus from Mahabharata . There was no problem at all….this is what I means by ‘integration’. Read my book names the
    Multi-Colored Flower published by Xlibris. Thanks

  2. Hi Melissa,
    I am a high school English teacher at Rivers Academy in Alpharetta, GA. Last spring, and for the first time, I taught students about the process of public speaking, from watching examples all the way to picking their topics to research, write and then present to the token audience – their classmates. With any new lesson comes the unknown – how students will react, did I prepare them enough, and so on – however, I was so proud of the outcome.
    With this said, would you consider being a guest speaker to my World Literature and Composition class next Feb. or March? Thank you for your time.

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