Coventry, RI (PressExposure) January 11, 2008 -- âIf youâre in business and give talks lacking in confidence or authority, you don't persuade, you don't lead, you don't sell,â says RI-based speaking coach Stan Munslow. âThatâs bad for business, not to mention your own prospects for success.â
Nonetheless, Munslow points out that he finds no shortage of individuals, salespeople and executives alike, who consider speaking before others the most dreaded part of their job. âPeople tell me all the time how much they dislike, even hate, having to give presentations or speak at meetings. And this is all too obvious when I sit in on their talks â the shaky voices, the uninspiring delivery, the red faces and off-putting body language. They arenât convincing me or anyone else in the room of anything. And they know it.â
In response to this, Munslow is now offering a free report titled âThree Quick Steps to Poise and Powerâ to anyone interested in learning the same innovative, confidence-boosting strategies heâs used to help and inspire his clients and seminar attendees for the past 25 years. To receive the report via email, log on at [http://www.candotalks.com].
About Stan Munslow: Stan Munslow is an author, educator, and professional musician. He owns 4G Publishing, producer of motivational materials for speakers and performers. Munslow finds his three decades of experience as a performing musician to be of great help to those in business who attend his seminars or who read his books and articles on speaking. "Business men and women can learn a thing or two from performers," he says. "Often when someone is giving a talk their fear causes them to come off as wooden and, worse, uninspiring. They fail to move their listeners to action because they fail to move their listeners period. I combine my expertise in overcoming stage-fright with showmanship skills to help them give talks that are relaxed, engaging, and effective."