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      7th February 2020 | Blog
    • Yes

      What would you say if you were asked to give a talk – tomorrow, next week, in 2 months’ time?

      If your answer would be ‘no’ to any of those, why? What does that say about you? Does it give the impression you would want to give?

      To help you rethink that, here are some reasons to say ‘yes’:

      Speaking is an opportunity:

      • To demonstrate your expertise
      • For prospective clients to get to know you
      • To demonstrate what makes you different from others in the same field

      If you say ‘no’, those opportunities will go to someone else.

      Saying ‘yes’ indicates your confidence in your own ability and a willingness to put yourself forward, even if that means developing a new skill and/or getting through your fears. So what would you say now?

      Want some help with developing your skills and confidence in speaking, so that you can say ‘yes’ with ease?

      Email me coach@rachelmaunder.com to arrange a time to chat to see how I can help you.

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