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What People Are Saying

Warren

With a substantial background in theater and teaching, speaking in front of a crowd has always come easily to me. Yet preparing to give a TED talk was unlike anything I had done before: instead of performing as a character, I was conveying my message as myself to a primarily virtual audience. Amy’s skill in helping me deliver my message in the most compelling way possible was invaluable. Amy Ayoub was truly a delight to work with and helped me create a provocative talk.

 

Cortney S. Warren, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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Robert ElliottI felt stuck in boring introductions that had no punch, were predictable and not very meaningful, and often I couldn’t remember what I had said afterwards. I was nervous and so often unprepared. By using the techniques I learned in Amy’s public speaking coaching group, I now know the joy of practicing what I am going to say, no matter how long or short the speaking will be; the power of using “you” to bring the audience into whatever I am saying; and the benefit of the “stress reducing” breathing exercises. These techniques have given me power over fear and anxiety in public speaking.

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