Being successful boils down to doing stuff that most people will never do.
Top of the list?
(and I consider it public speaking if you’re talking to your work team of 4 people.)
Because the ability to present your ideas to an audience is a super power.
But most people would rather crawl in a hole than stand in front of the smallest crowd; let alone 3,000 people in a theater (or millions online).
Most people think I’m a born presenter who feeds on the live energy in the room.
I’m hugely introverted.
I was absolutely terrified at the thought of being in front of a group of people.
But I decided to learn how to get over it, and now I perform in front of thousands of people at a time (and I make videos that are seen by 15,000+ people!).
Instead of keeping all this sauce to myself, I wanted to walk you through the tips, tricks, and techniques that have served me well for high stake situations (like when I went out for America’s Got Talent in from of Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel).
PS: Oh, and there’s one technique I DO NOT RECOMMEND.