If public speakers were superheroes, what would their superpowers be?
And could you develop those powers yourself?
Yes! Find out how by picking up your copy of “Public Speaking Super Powers” on Amazon.
The Kindle version is available for only 99 cents now through Oct. 2, 2018.
Three out of every four people suffer from speech anxiety, and research suggests that people who don’t confront and overcome that fear are less successful in their careers and lives. However, people often look at successful speakers as superheroes with superpowers they, as mere mortals, could never possess.
Drawing from extensive research and interviews with business and professional speakers, “Public Speaking Super Powers” will show you how to:
* Turn your public speaking fear on its ear
* Develop the skills needed to be a success on the stage
* Master techniques like a superhero speaker
Unleash your inner Public Speaking Superhero and communicate your message with confidence starting today!
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Carma Spence has been writing professionally for more than 20 years. She has written articles, brochures, press releases and other marketing collateral for organizations such as City of Hope National Medical Center, Genome.gov and Blue Shield of California. She holds a Master’s degree from what U.S. News & World Report called the number one public relations graduate program in the nation, University of Maryland College Park.
A prolific writer, her work has appeared in such varied publications as Inside Supply Management, the Erickson Retirement Communities community newspaper, and several agricultural newspapers in Maryland and Virginia.
Carma’s interest in public speaking was sparked in High School when her speech teacher asked her to join the Speech Team her senior year. Placing in the top five of several competitions that year, she earned a bloc in Speech. Later, she joined Toastmasters — earning her Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) Award, the highest award available through Toastmasters and honors achievement in speaking and leadership. As part of a Television Production Workshop project, she wrote and produced a 27-minute video introducing new and prospective members to the Toastmasters experience.