Scared of speaking in public? Worried about making mistakes? Think others will laugh at you? You can learn the techniques that top speakers adopt to help them feel relaxed and calm when speaking in front of an audience – large or small. You will learn how to relax, change your thinking and beliefs about you and your audience and be guided through speaking techniques including correct breathing, stance, etc. You can learn to feel just the right amount of excited anticipation before addressing your audience and come to feel calmer and more confident about speaking in front of others.
It includes a self-hypnosis process - A Special Place - which guides you to create a place where you can go, in your mind’s eye, to help you be more relaxed, happier and calmer. The tracks contain background music, supplied by Royalty Free Tunes, Tranquil Moods.
Vol 1. Customer Feedback: I had a radio interview coming up and was nervous thinking of all those people listening. After listening to this audio I was relaxed and calm and really enjoyed my 'slot' on the radio. Thank you. SM. The tips are great really helped me to calm down and prepare better. SC Anne Morrison is a qualified and experienced clinical and cognitive behaviour hypnotherapist, life coach and NLP master practitioner. She is a full member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis, a Practitioner Member of the General Hypnotherapy Register and an Associate Member of the Association of Coaching. Anne Morrison and Glen Harrold, another first class hypnotherapist, both trained with the prestigious, London College of Clinical Hypnosis. Anne has their Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis, their Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis and their Practitioner Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (CBH). CBH is a relatively new field that combines the best of CBT and hypnosis, helping people make changes consciously and unconsciously. Many of Anne Morrison’s audio products use this combination to help listeners make the changes they want to make to how they think, behave and feel.