It starts out as just that uneasy feeling in the pit of your stomach, and then it builds and builds until you feel like you have a vise grip around your throat. Maybe you break out into hives, or maybe your palms just begin to sweat and your heart beats out of your chest. If you didn't know better, you might think you were about to jump out of a plane, but in truth, this is just your typical reaction to being asked to give a presentation in front of your co-workers! Alyson Arnold of Speak Easy, Inc. is familiar with this kind of panic as she has been coaching others through the anxiety of public speaking her whole career. She assures her clients that this fear "is a fear you do not need to have" - and it is her express goal to help them overcome the paralyzing self-consciousness that often accompanies public speaking
Whether you feel your career potential is being thwarted by your own fears of public speaking, whether just the prospect of giving a toast at a family gathering or speaking up at a PTA meeting makes your heart race, or even if you just want to improve your overall public speaking skills, then the services of Alyson Arnold of SpeakEasy will surely benefit you.
SpeakEasy is the foremost provider in Rhode Island of indepth, flexible and affordable training for any type of public speaking or presentation. Through a series of programs customized to her students' individual needs, Arnold provides workshops, private coaching sessions, and even more intimate "fireside chats".
SpeakEasy workshops are generally no more than three hours and are held at 1844 Broad St, Cranston (across from the Wm Hall Library). Topics include: overcoming the fear of public speaking; being a better communicator, Zen and public speaking; writing and delivering a winning presentation and developing your own personal style. All private or small group coaching sessions are dynamic and hands-on (and available online), and the "fireside chats" are designed to give speakers time to "practice" their skills in a relaxed, confidence-building environment.
Located in a bright and sunlit space just over the Warwick/Cranston line, SpeakEasy is the perfect place to access this remarkable opportunity to overcome what is often a lifelong fear or polish up your skills to advance your career, or your life! Arnold assures her students that "Once you learn to Speak Easy, you will not only conquer your fear of public speaking, you will actually look forward to your next presentation." Take her up on that promise by calling 401-286-5486 today.
For more information about SpeakEasy, including fees and details about the various services available, you can also visit their website at www.speakeasytraining.com. Don't let your public speaking woes slow you down another day more.