Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
Why You Need to be Confident
As a prospective professional speaker, you are at a disadvantage because you are not known. One thing that can boost your presence and your impact is your ability to project your inner confidence to your audience. Confidence is not something you have when you are talking to people and then loose it as soon as you are done with your speech. It will never be effective if it is a part time thing. Make sure you emulate confidence in your way of life. That way you can project an aspect of your life to the audience and that can help you reach the audience on a personal level.
Always be Prepared
It is always good to thank your audience for doing you a huge favor by listening to you inspire them. What contributes to your confidence, as well as the level at which you communicate with your audience, is determined largely by how well prepared you are. Taking the platform as a professional speaker without being adequately prepared is something that is both disrespectful to the audience, as well as your integrity as a speaker.
Confidence is very important for any speaker and every speaker should aim to be confident in front of people. Confident speakers often have an advantage because they can easily manipulate the crowd, to put across a point. If you can master confidence, you have mastered being a professional speaker.
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