4 Steps To Overcoming Fear Of Public Speaking

by Kyle Battis

overcome fear of public speakingI’ve got a video and an a post that will help you overcome your fear of public speaking, overcome any nervousness you have about running a teleseminar, and get completely comfortable with the whole process so you can get onto the business of growing your opt in list and making more money online.

A frequently asked question I get is “how do I get comfortable with doing teleseminars?” The first tip I have is to start listening to a lot of teleseminars by established marketers. Just listening to teleseminars will get you more comfortable with how they work and you’ll be able to listen to people that are already good at doing teleseminars work their magic (you can learn a lot from successful people simply by modeling what they do).

So, with that said, my first piece of advice would be to start registering and listening to lots of teleseminars. Pay attention to how the speaker structures his calls, how he introduces his quest, how he asks his guest the questions, how he presents the sales pitch on the call. You can learn a lot from this simple method so I would highly recommend listening to as many teleseminars as you can

This will be an ongoing practice I would recommend that you stick with – the more teleseminars you listen to the more nuances you’ll pick up.

With that said, rolling up your sleeves and doing teleseminars of your own is still going to be a big part of your teleseminar success training…

Here is a simple 4 phase Formula for getting comfortable with doing teleseminars…

Phase 1: “Put Your Toe In The Water” – Self Recording

The simplest place to start with teleseminars is to set aside 15 minutes and call into your new bridge line to do a self recording. This way there is no pressure, no one else on the line and now downside if you screw anything up. You can call into you line, get comfortable with the muting and unmuting controls, the recording controls, and any other pertinent controls that you may want to be aware of. You can even record a short audio Q+A to use as a content piece for your blog or your newsletter. Whether or not you use the audio recording from this “toe in the water” session or not will still allow you to get comfortable with your bridge line and bring you one step closer to being a telseminar master!

Phase 2: Informally Interview A Friend or Colleague

The next phase in getting comfortable with teleseminars is to have a friend or colleague call into your bridge line at a predetermined time so you can informally interview them.

Don’t worry too much about the structure and making something ‘perfect’, just getting on the phone with someone else and recording the interview will be a good learning experience for you. You can download the audio recording of the call after you are done and critique it so that next time you do the call you can make any modifications that you need to…

Phase 3: Short Q+A Interview With An Expert In Your Niche (No audience)

Movin on up…

Ok, so now you can actually create some valuable content in a no-pressure environment (no live audience).

You might outline a simple script to follow (short intro, explanation of what you and your quest will be discussing in this short interview, ask your guest a question, allow your guest to answer, ask one or two more questions, wrap the call up, give a simple call to action such as “to learn more traffic driving strategies go visit Kyle’s website at www.EasyTrafficSteps.com.”

You can hear an example of what I am recommending that you do here: www.FatLossLunchBreak.com/mikeg1.html

This is a short 5 minute interview I did with a guest expert as part of one of my affiliate marketing websites. You can interview a guest expert and use this audio as a content piece, as a bonus for a product, or even as a piece of a bigger product (I’ll be teaching you all about how to use audios very similar to this to create high-value, high-profit products in future issues of this coaching course).

I encourage you to go set up some interviews like this one to get more comfortable with teleseminars while simultaneously creating some high value content at the same time.

Phase 4: Live Q+A Call With An Expert In Your Niche (Live Audience)

Here’s the final phase of getting comfortable with teleseminars – the live call with an audience. Get out there and follow the http://www.MyFirstTeleseminar.com system because that’s exactly what I teach you in the FREE CD and the 9 Week Training Course.

I hope to see you in the program!

To your success,

Kyle Battis
‘Former Scared To Death Public Speaker’
http://www.MyFirstTeleseminar.com

I’ve got a video and an a post that will help you overcome your fear of public speaking, overcome any nervousness you have about running a teleseminar, and get completely comfortable with the whole process so you can get onto the business of growing your opt in list and making more money online.

A frequently asked question I get is “how do I get comfortable with doing teleseminars?” The first tip I have is to start listening to a lot of teleseminars by established marketers. Just listening to teleseminars will get you more comfortable with how they work and you’ll be able to listen to people that are already good at doing teleseminars work their magic (you can learn a lot from successful people simply by modeling what they do).

So, with that said, my first piece of advice would be to start registering and listening to lots of teleseminars. Pay attention to how the speaker structures his calls, how he introduces his quest, how he asks his guest the questions, how he presents the sales pitch on the call. You can learn a lot from this simple method so I would highly recommend listening to as many teleseminars as you can

This will be an ongoing practice I would recommend that you stick with – the more teleseminars you listen to the more nuances you’ll pick up.

With that said, rolling up your sleeves and doing teleseminars of your own is still going to be a big part of your teleseminar success training…

Here is a simple 4 phase Formula for getting comfortable with doing teleseminars…

Phase 1: “Put Your Toe In The Water” – Self Recording

The simplest place to start with teleseminars is to set aside 15 minutes and call into your new bridge line to do a self recording. This way there is no pressure, no one else on the line and now downside if you screw anything up. You can call into you line, get comfortable with the muting and unmuting controls, the recording controls, and any other pertinent controls that you may want to be aware of. You can even record a short audio Q+A to use as a content piece for your blog or your newsletter. Whether or not you use the audio recording from this “toe in the water” session or not will still allow you to get comfortable with your bridge line and bring you one step closer to being a telseminar master!

Phase 2: Informally Interview A Friend or Colleague

The next phase in getting comfortable with teleseminars is to have a friend or colleague call into your bridge line at a predetermined time so you can informally interview them.

Don’t worry too much about the structure and making something ‘perfect’, just getting on the phone with someone else and recording the interview will be a good learning experience for you. You can download the audio recording of the call after you are done and critique it so that next time you do the call you can make any modifications that you need to…

Phase 3: Short Q+A Interview With An Expert In Your Niche (No audience)

Movin on up… :)

Ok, so now you can actually create some valuable content in a no-pressure environment (no live audience).

You might outline a simple script to follow (short intro, explanation of what you and your quest will be discussing in this short interview, ask your guest a question, allow your guest to answer, ask one or two more questions, wrap the call up, give a simple call to action such as “to learn more traffic driving strategies go visit Kyle’s website at www.EasyTrafficSteps.com.”

You can hear an example of what I am recommending that you do here: www.FatLossLunchBreak.com/mikeg1.html

This is a short 5 minute interview I did with a guest expert as part of one of my affiliate marketing websites. You can interview a guest expert and use this audio as a content piece, as a bonus for a product, or even as a piece of a bigger product (I’ll be teaching you all about how to use audios very similar to this to create high-value, high-profit products in future issues of this coaching course).

I encourage you to go set up some interviews like this one to get more comfortable with teleseminars while simultaneously creating some high value content at the same time.

Phase 4: Live Q+A Call With An Expert In Your Niche (Live Audience)

Here’s the final phase of getting comfortable with teleseminars – the live call with an audience. Get out there and follow the http://www.MyFirstTeleseminar.com system because that’s exactly what I teach you in the FREE CD and the 9 Week Training Course.

I hope to see you in the program!

To your success,

Kyle Battis
‘Former Scared To Death Public Speaker’
http://www.MyFirstTeleseminar.com

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