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#78650 09/24/11 08:42 AM
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Hello!

I have recently started a new job which will include leading seminars and educating people. I look forward to it but I must admit that I am not entirely comfortable with standing in front of a lot of people and holding a seminar just yet.

I know this will come with time, but I am a perfectionist who wants to perform 100% right from the start.

So, what would be a good paraliminal for me to use as a help to feel more comfortable with standing in front of a large group of people and talking?

"Talking To Win" is the one that comes to mind... But other ideas are also welcome!

What do you think? smile

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Noone? smile

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Not a paraliminal, however you should look into Toastmasters.

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Originally Posted By: RobertHunter
Not a paraliminal, however you should look into Toastmasters.


How do you mean?
What is Toastmasters? smile

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A club, great choice toastmasters.org to find one in your area.

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Sales Leap, New History Generator, Instantaneous Personal Magnetism Power Thinking. Are some others you might like to consider.

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I completely agree with what everyone else has suggested, and add, if you have a particular case of nerves, Anxiety Free. But Talking to Win (side 2) would be my first choice.

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Personal Genius is my personal favorite when I want to talk to people. When I listen to Personal Genius, I even find that my voice becomes musical and the rough edges in my speech smoothe out. I feel relaxed, yet alert, highly receptive to cues around me. I find myself dramatically more articulate and precise. I make much fewer mistakes and stay confident even if I do make a mistake. Also, I would highly recommend you combine Personal Genius with Intuition Amplifier because you will dramatically elevate your comfort zone as a result and find yourself performing with confidence and ease in situations that are completely new and unfamiliar.


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