Las Vegas, Nevada (PressExposure) July 03, 2007 -- A number of people find even the thought of public speaking to be quite nerve-wracking. It doesn't have to be that way.
Charlie Nielson, president of CM Alliance International, Inc., points out that public speaking is just a task. The individual is in control of his or her thoughts about that task. 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.
"Public speaking is a skill that can be learned. No one expects someone to know how to bake a cake or drive a car unless they have taken lessons; it's the same with public speaking."
Nielson goes on to state, "There are several ways that a person can learn how to make a presentation to a group of people. They can join an organization like Toastmasters or read books on the subject (print or electronic versions)."
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