“Helene ‘s work goes beyond Public Speaking and provides you with tools you can apply in everyday life situations such as meeting new people. improving self- esteem and feeling less stressed”

Adele Dobson, Nutritionist.

Do You Dread Public Speaking?

Public speaking is right up there with the greatest of all fears.

After the fear of death, public speaking is considered by many to be the number 1 fear we can face in our daily lives and it is one that most of us have experienced at some point.

Do you lack professional confidence?

Your ability in public speaking is one of the measures that colleagues and potential clients use to judge you, so it is completely understandable that it terrifies those of us who don’t feel confident about doing it!

Many phobias have their basis in confidence; confidence in your ability to perform, confidence in how you are viewed amongst your peers or simply confidence in just being yourself. Even those with excellent interpersonal skills can suffer the anxiety of public speaking.

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Do You Want to Be More Confident?

Are your poor communication skills affecting your work and your ability to deal with others?

Very little would get done if we all lacked conviction in our actions. If you’re low on self-esteem or professional confidence, Helene Musso can help you with all sorts of public speaking tips. She understands how debilitating fears can be, but more importantly, that fears can be conquered and tamed with the right mindset and practice.

How Does She Know?

Helene draws from a wealth of personal experience of fears, and in particular, fear of public speaking. Having spent a number of years as a teacher, her profession required good communication in a public setting, so she had to overcome her fears to succeed. She has used this experience to create innovative techniques to help you regain your confidence and move out of your restrictive comfort zone.

Anxieties Felt by All of Us

Fear can be a powerful thing and is not just restricted to public speaking. It can derive from a number of day to day anxieties:

  • Fear of failure
  • Perfectionism – This can be very or so destructive despite the name
  • Stress
  • Apprehension
  • Lack of personal confidence
  • Lack of knowledge
  • Personal insecurities – “Am I good enough?”, ”Can I do it?”,” Who do I think I am?

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From time to time, we all experience these fears and they can be the shackles that hold us back. Helene can help you delve within yourself and address your confidence issues.

She can help you to control your fears instead of your fears controlling you. By putting you back in touch with your inner-confidence, you can re-ignite your passion and move forward with a new sense of freedom!

Always around to hold you hand, she gives you the keys (with a hyperlink to a blog about the 5keys) to unlock your inner voice and creates a safe environment in which to be gently challenged but to succeed

So what are you waiting for?

START addressing the problem of your lack of confidence and STOP letting it getting it the way of your dreams and ambitions.

Get in touch with Helene today on 07875 627485 or via the contact form. Let her teach you how to be confident and begin your journey to taking centre stage in your life again, where you belong. Check out the courses you can take.

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