Las Vegas, Nevada (PressExposure) June 04, 2007 -- While it is an honor to be asked to give a speech at a friend or relative's wedding, it can be a nerve-wracking experience. There is a way to wish the happy couple well as they start this next phase of their lives without making yourself a nervous wreck in the process.
Charlie Nielson, president of CM Alliance International, Inc., advises people who want to deliver a memorable speech at a wedding to take the time to learn the techniques of public speaking. Nielson's web site, HouseofSpeeches.com has recently launched an e-book designed to help anyone who needs to address a group of people do so with confidence.
"The idea of giving a speech at a wedding is to speak from your heart. Don't let that message get lost with a less-than-effective presentation. Take the time to practice your speech well in advance of the wedding."
Nielson goes on to state, "Some people are so nervous about making a speech at the reception that they are unable to enjoy the wedding. It's a shame when help is available to overcome the fear of speaking in public. Public speaking is not difficult to learn and it will make a big difference when addressing a crowd of any size."
By learning the techniques of public speaking, the individual will gain a greater sense of self-confidence. This boost in the individual's self-worth will translate into success at home and at work. The e-book, entitled, "Speak Easy: A Guide to Developing Public Speaking Skills", is available at HouseofSpeeches.com.