Fearless Presentations® Success in Boston

Doug Staneart  |  08/29/16
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Fearless Presentations Success in Boston Boston, MA hosted a small yet highly successful Fearless Presentations® workshop. With only four participants, the class received overwhelmingly positive feedback. Remarkably, two out of the three represented companies expressed their intention to recommend the course as a regular training module.

The group comprised four experienced presenters, each motivated by different goals. Some sought to refine their speaking skills for upcoming roles, while others attended to fulfill continuing education requirements. Regardless of their reasons, they all found the class engaging and enjoyable.

Early in the session, a couple of participants already felt they had gained significant value for their investment. This was particularly reassuring considering the common fear of public speaking.

During the workshop, participants discovered that approximately 90% of their nervousness remains hidden from the audience. This realization provided a sense of relief and boosted their confidence.

Upon reviewing recorded presentations, they acknowledged feeling more nervous than their performance suggested. However, it became evident that their audience couldn’t discern their internal anxiety. Armed with this knowledge, they felt better equipped to project confidence in their future presentations.

Despite the constant rain in Boston, the two-day workshop proved to be a remarkable experience. If you’re in the Boston area or plan to visit, don’t miss the opportunity to attend the next Fearless Presentations® workshop in Boston.

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Doug Staneart is the CEO of The Leader's Institute. LLC and founder of the Fearless Presentations class. He is author of Fearless Presentations, Mastering Presentations, and 28 Ways to Influence People.

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