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Hypnosis for Public Speaking

Hypnosis for public speaking | Finding Your Hidden VoiceYears ago, I recall noticing how monotonous my voice was during a narration for a corporate video project. I wasn’t impressed with myself, so I re-recorded it.

Later, an even more poignant memory surfaced: speaking in front of 45 people and almost fainting in front of them. THAT was frightening. Feeling the blood rushing from my brain while struggling for the next sentence was no picnic. I would guess some of you may know this feeling…

Have you ever admired the voice of someone who projected a great warmth, sense of integrity or authority?

Learn how to modulate your voice

You may not be remotely interested in speaking before an audience (most of us aren’t!) But look at it this way: you’re speaking to an audience constantly – your spouse/partner, your kids, boss, co-workers, and friends. Furthermore, you may have a creative project or even a larger vision for the future you’d like to articulate to people. This requires engaging them by learning how to modulate your voice, and creating a rhythm or cadence to each sentence, thus naturally creating curiosity to hear more. Hypnosis for public speaking can help.

Craft your message

If you’re in business, either as a solopreneur, team player or representing a company, you most likely want to craft your message as powerfully and concisely as possible. By slowly whittling away every extraneous detail and focusing only on the essentials, you’ll find yourself speaking from your core confidence. It’s this deeper level of self-confidence that engages your sense of authority towards your kids because you’re speaking from that place of which you know is absolutely true.

Relax your body

I’ve worked with clients using hypnosis for public speaking along with other techniques to enable them to relax their body, focusing on the throat and facial muscles, while projecting authenticity. Together we focus on deep breathing, engaging with their audience, and being totally real, at the moment.

Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT)

Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) has also created stellar results in enabling clients to project great self-confidence and professional knowledge of their field. In fact, one of my clients received a promotion immediately after her presentation!

Have you had an amazing experience speaking to an individual or an audience you’d like to share? If so, please respond and let me know!

To Your Success!
Katie

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