How Public Speaking Can Help Your Business: Expert Insights by Tricia Brouk [Updated March 2024]

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Award-winning Speaker and Coach Tricia Brouk Presenting Her Course on Stage

Studies have shown that people fear public speaking more than they fear death. To quote Jerry Seinfeld: “According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” This sums up the intensity of fearing public speaking perfectly.

But did you know that mastering public speaking can actually help your business grow and impact more people? Tricia Brouk, an award-winning speaker, coach, and authority on public speaking, shares how mastering this art can drive your success.

Conquer Nerves and Elevate Confidence

Speaking in public is not limited to the stage. It could be a work meeting, a toast at a wedding or a presentation for your community. But when you learn the art of public speaking, not only will you minimize feelings of nervousness, you will also build confidence in yourself and your ability to speak eloquently and powerfully in front of others. This will work in your favor during meetings with your boss, fellow co-workers, clients, or potential investors in your business. Whomever is in your company, they will see your confidence, poise, and composure. Imagine the impact of unshakeable confidence on your professional interactions: a proven asset in negotiations, leadership, and personal branding.

Engage and Empower the Audience

Harper Lee chose to tell her story, To Kill a Mockingbird, through the POV of six year old Scout, the daughter of Atticus Finch. This choice in perspective not only engages but deeply moves the reader, highlighting the profound impact of point of view in storytelling. Similarly, in public speaking, presenting your unique perspective can captivate and inspire your audience. Whether addressing your team, clients, or industry peers, sharing your insights can foster a culture of empowerment and innovation within your organization

When you share your point of view at work, you will captivate and inspire those around you – whether they are your co-workers, higher-ups, or clientele.

One of the most important things you can do when public speaking is to have a clear point of view about the subject you are speaking about. This is important both on-stage and off-stage. Even when you are not in front of an audience, by sharing your point of view with others around you, you will build up those around you and create a positive culture within your company.

Learn about how to become a captivating speaker in the video below:

Enhance Your Influence and Leadership through Transformative Speaking

The more you publicly speak, the more recognizable your name will become in your community and within your network. Having the reputation as being a strong public speaker will give you a leg up on your competition, will portray you as an expert in your field, and will ultimately help you to reach your business goals. If you wish to become a leader in your industry, company or even start your own business, then mastering the art of public speaking is a must.

Tricia Brouk, with her distinguished background in directing, writing, and producing, is not just a coach but a mentor for transformative speaking skills. She specializes in preparing speakers for significant stages, including TED Talks and industry conferences. Through her podcast, “The Big Talk,” she offers further insights into the nuances of effective public speaking.

Tricia can give help you become the confident, inspirational speaker you are meant to be. If you’re looking for a speaker coach who can get you to the next level, reach out to Tricia Brouk today! In the meantime, check out her YouTube page for more public speaking tips and tricks.

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