Cornwall On Hudson, NY (PressExposure) November 11, 2009 -- CTRN: Change That's Right Now, Inc. announced today the release of 'Go BIG or Go Home', the latest in their vblog series 'Confidently Speaking' - a system of short video lessons on how to eliminate Stage Fright and Performance Anxiety.
"Most people miss out on the simplest way to improve both how they and the audience feel when the speak," says Seymour Segnit, presenter of the Confidently Speaking video series ( http://ConfidentlySpeaking.com ) and Founder & President of CTRN, publishers of the Vanquish Speaking Fear & Performance Anxiety program. "Its really very simple: you have to 'expand' yourself to fill the room. Even with a great sound system the folks at the back won't feel your presence if you're just mumbling to the front row."
Segnit has appeared before audiences on four continents and coached customers in 73 countries. As different as individuals are, he claims, the same basic rules of 'focus and physiology' apply to everyone.
By 'Going Big' clients find that not only does the audience get a much more engaging presentation - but their own emotional state shifts, making stage fright a thing of the past.
"The techniques are very simple and they are powerful.," says recent student from Birmingham, AL. "With repetition... they will work 100%."
This new episode can be seen on YouTube at http://YouTube.com/watch?v=0Et9VN4AQlY and all the Confidently Speaking videos are available free at ConfidentlySpeaking.com . Segnit encourages clients to experiment with the techniques, and further help is available either one-on-one in CTRN's 'VIP' program, or with their acclaimed Vanquish Speaking Fear & Performance Anxiety program, which is available both as a home-study CD program and for immediate download at: http://www.CTRN.com/fear-of-public-speaking.asp
"It's really exciting how easily people are able to overcome even really bad stage fright," says Segnit. "Performance Anxiety can have such an impact on a career, and we're very proud to help people all over the world to get over it in a few hours."