Public Speaking for Beginners

Public Speaking Skills developed from Scratch, in Little Time

Last updated 1/2023 English

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Public speaking--Even if you have never given a speech and the idea of public speaking scares you, you can become competent and professional in your public speaking skills and quickly! TJ Walker is arguably the premier public speaking coach in the world, with more published online public speaking training courses than anyone else, and with a 6-continent client list. Walker will show you how to bypass normal beginner pitfalls and get to a comfortable, confident state for all your public speaking. And he shows you how to do this in less than 45 minutes!

Are you in a new job or position that requires you to speak in public or to colleagues or clients? This course will help you master all the public speaking basics-and then some. You may be a beginner when it comes to your public speaking skills, but nobody else around you has to know the secret. 

After enrolling in this course, your colleagues and clients will never believe you when you try to tell them you were recently a beginner in public speaking.

What will students achieve or be able to do after taking this course?

  1. Give speeches, presentations, talks and briefings
  2. Display confidence when speaking
  3. Speak in an understandable manner
  4. Make messages memorable
  5. Be proficient at public speaking

This course is designed with hyper-efficient methods so that you can learn all public speaking skills basics in less than 45 minutes.

Please note:

This is a communications course conducted by a real person who is speaking and demonstrating communication skills. If you are looking for a course with lots of animation, slides, special effects, slick edits, and robotic voices, this course is not for you.

Who this course is for

Anyone who want to learn basic public speaking skills.

  1. I remember the below points. 1. Use one page cheat sheet to organize the presentation. 2. Before making presentation, think and write down in one sentence what do I want the audience to do. 3. List down as many topics etc. to convey the message and prioritize. Pick top 5 and make presentation on those top 5 ~ S Shankar
  2. The course was amazing. If you are a beginner or you want to learn how to be good at public speaking, then just go for it. I assure you, you will get some valuable tips from TJ ~ A Al-Sham
  3. This Course is short, prescribe and very helpful as I am a Law Student and for that public speaking skill is very important. This is very helpful. Thank You ~ Aditi
  4. The most interesting part was about how to motivate your audience. I think you have to consider yourself as audience and then see what you want. Getting the feedback was also interesting and informative. "What do you remember from my presentation?" the one I liked the most ~ Ishitaa G
  5. What I remember right now is try to narrow your speech, not more than 5 main points, since most of the audience will only remember 5 points from your speech. You can use only one paper to write down all the things you want to reach out to your audience ~ Lee C A
  6. So far, 1. Use a a cheat sheet for the period of conversation. 2. Habitual engineering with writing/printing out your um, ah, er and circling in red with a line to reduce their usage. 3. Practice with a cellphone. The basics starts with understanding what you want from your audience. Moving to what would motivate them to do what you want. Begin with a bullet point of ideas/concepts/statics. Prioritize the top 5 and leave the rest in a separate document. Ask yourself what your audience needs to know or want to know. Finally, ask what they remember ~ A T Nguyen
  7. Planning and prep techniques before even creating my presentation, I like the technique on how to remove ahs and ums plus asking my self what do I want my listeners to get from me ~ Paula P
  8. Wow... I'm deeply impressed. I've always been a nervous speaker especially when facing a large audience. Thanks to TJ for giving me these tips, I can ascertain that putting these tips into action will do me more than good! ~ Isaac A
What you'll learn
  1. Give speeches, presentations, talks and briefings
  2. Display confidence when speaking
  3. Speak in an understandable manner
  4. Make messages memorable

A willingness to speak and present.

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