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Do you freeze in fear the instant you have to give a speech? Take heart. Practice can make perfect
Use your body to interact with the audience when public speaking
Karen Knight, a member of the Victoria branch of Toastmasters, remembers the exact reason she first joined that club. “Fear,” she said by phone one day. “Absolute and debilitating fear. I had to do a presentation at work and I was just terrified.”
Toastmasters clubs across BC and around the world have been catering to the speaking scared since the organization originated in 1924.
For less than $20 a month, you get the chance to practice speaking in public until the terror subsides.
Here’s what Toastmasters teaches: