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WOMEN OF MOVEMENT

PUBLIC SPEAKING TIPS CLUB

ON CLUBHOUSE

I teach Christian women how to speak with confidence and how to walk with confidence.

Women of Movement
Public Speaking Tips Club
on Clubhouse

The Women of Movement Public Speaking Tips Club
is now open to non Speaking Club members

The Public Speaking Tips Club is a monthly membership. Each week a 1.5 workshop is held on Clubhouse, which consists of learning more about public speaking, telling your story, increasing speaking confidence, and many other workshops that will enable Christian women to excel in their speaking, branding, and online business. Each weekly workshop comes with a content workbook and practical public speaking skills, which can be immediately applied in most situations.

If any of the following sounds like you, then it is another reason the

Women of Movement Public Speaking Tips Club is a great fit for you:

  • You’re afraid to speak in front of people

  • You’re afraid to tell your story

  • You think your story doesn’t matter or is insignificant 

  • You think you went through all that for nothing

  • You’re inconsistent with your brand message 

  • You start and stop things

  • You see yourself on stage, but are unsure how to get there

  • You see others on stage & wish it was you

  • You see others on stage & KNOW it should be you

  • You get stuck in your head too much 

  • You keep putting things off

  • You keep saying you’re a perfectionist, while nothing is done

Being a part of the Women of Movement Public Speaking Tips Club will enable you to start implementing towards the great things the Lord God has for you. No more standing on the sidelines getting the crumbs and leftovers. It's time to get in the game and act on those speaking gifts God has given you. Don't let fear stop you any longer. Operate in faith and move forward on speaking with confidence, power, and clarity.

I'll see you on the stage.

Public Speaking Tips Club

Weekly Workshops via Clubhouse

Public speaking is the gateway to effectively communicating with present and future clients/customers. If you cannot communicate, people may not understand what you offer and thus relationships are hindered. 

There are a few things you can do to overcome your fear of public speaking.

Do you know that the fear of public speaking is one of the most common phobias in the world? Many people freeze up or get anxious at the thought of having to speak in front of a group. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to ease your fears and make public speaking a more enjoyable experience. The Public Speaking Tips Club can help you overcome any fear of public speaking you may have. 

Here are a few tips and what the Public Speaking Tips Club can help you with each week:

  1. Understand your fear. The first step to overcoming any fear is to understand what it is that you’re afraid of. Ask yourself what it is about public speaking that makes you so anxious. Is it the fear of being judged? The fear of embarrassing yourself? Once you identify your fear, you can start to work on overcoming it.

  2. Prepare, prepare, prepare. One of the best ways to ease your fears is to be prepared. If you know your material inside and out, you’ll be less likely to freeze up or make mistakes. Spend time practicing your presentation, and make sure you know your material cold.

  3. Visualize success. Another helpful tip is to visualize yourself giving a successful presentation. See yourself speaking confidently and nailing your presentation. This positive visualization can help to ease your fears and increase your confidence.

Public speaking doesn’t have to be a scary experience. These are just a few tips we cover in the Women of Movement Public Speaking Tips Club that can help you start overcoming any fear and giving you practical tips to become a more confident speaker.

Since you're already awake, why not make it productive? 

  • Public Speaking Tips

    57$
    Every month
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