An important skill for any professional is the ability to speak well.
“There are only two types of speakers in the world. 1. The nervous and 2. Liars.” – Mark Twain
- Does the idea of speaking to an audience make you shake?
- Do you have a lot to say, but feel unsure of the best way to say it?
- Are you an experienced speaker or trainer who wants to take it to the next level?
“Good news, the speech was fantastic. I remembered all your cues and barely looked at my script. I rocked the house. I really connected to their hearts and minds – big ups for your amazing coaching – you took me where I needed to go internally to connect to my power source. The bases were loaded and I hit the ball out of the park.” E.L. Attorney, Writer
Whether you are a beginner or a pro, a wholly integrated approach to speaking is a powerful way to go. This means I help you organically be the best YOU in any speaking situation, while learning tools you can carry forward.
“I went from being essentially terrified of standing up in public to giving 3 talks to packed rooms in London, feeling confident and authoritative and getting great feedback. Joie gave great, detailed, constructive feedback on points of structure/ language/ body language/ delivery etc. and did it all so nicely and so positively that it increased rather than knocked my confidence. I can honestly say that I found Joie’s coaching genuinely life-changing and would recommend her services to anyone.” Ruth Whippman, Journalist, Author of America the Anxious
I’ve worked with folks on all levels, from authors who’ve never spoken publicly before to corporate professionals who travel the world speaking. Everyone has two things in common – their desire to get their message across as potently as possible and to not embarrass themselves in the process.
“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.” Jerry Seinfeld