Public Speaking: Eliminate Verbal Tics, Uh, Um, Er, Ya Know
Presentation Skills Without the Verbal Tics “like” “um” “er” “so” “well” “ya see” “uh”
Language : english
Note: 4.8 / 5.0
You can improve your public speaking and presentation skills quickly and easily eliminate those annoying verbal tics from your speech. Imagine yourself rarely ever saying uh, um, er, like, ya know, well, or ya see. You can speak with poise and confidence. You will never again need to clutter your spoken word with annoying fillers.
TJ Walker, your instructor, brings real world knowledge and practical solutions to this public speaking and presentation skills issue. For more than 30 years he has trained 10,000 clients around the globe how to speak with greater clarity and confidence AND how to speak without using fillers and verbal tics. And now he can be your personal coach as well.
What will students achieve or be able to do after taking this public speaking and presentation skills course?
- Eliminate or greatly reduce the number of verbal tics spoken
- Speak with greater poise and confidence
- Pause appropriately without panicking or filling up the space
- Seem less nervous and uncomfortable when speaking
note: This course is NOT for anyone with a major speech impediment. It is
designed for people who have normal speaking skills but who use higher than
average fillers and verbal tics when they speak in uncomfortable situations.
This is not speech therapy in a clinical sense. This course is speech therapy
in the sense that it gives simple, practical problems for nervous people who
have one highly specific type of speech problem.
Additional Note: TJ Walker is NOT a licensed speech therapist or speech pathologist. You are encouraged to seek out the services of professional speech therapists or speech pathologists if you have any speech-related problems beyond using excessive verbal tics.
Final note: This public speaking and presentation skills course is taught by a real person who speaks directly to you. If you are looking for a course with lots of animation, special effects, fancy editing and artwork plus robotic voices, this course is not for you.