Master of Ceremonies
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+ By Vertex Mind LLC
Have you ever been here?
Hands shaking, Bob hangs up the phone. As he does he catches a glimpse of his face reflected on his blank computer screen. He's pasty white and his eyes look like a deer caught in his headlights.
The phone call has rattled him like nothing in his life ever has. In fact, if he doesn't pull it together quickly, he's in serious danger of losing his lunch.
Taking one deep breath after another he is able to slowly bring himself under control. Calmly he tries to shift his focus to getting out of the situation he finds himself in.
Wearily, he realizes that nothing short of death (his own) is going to get him out of this mess. Hmm, he muses, at least his family would be set for life!
Okay, enough. You get the picture. Bob's boss has just told him he has to host the company's upcoming annual awards banquet.
If you have ever been in Bob's shoes then you can relate to the bone-chilling fear of having to stand up in front of a group of people. And, not just stand there frozen in time, you have to actually open your mouth and spit out coherent dialogue!
Like Bob, you may be in a similar situation. He can't say no to the boss, this could be a career breaker. But what is he going to do? This is his ultimate fear and somehow he must overcome and deliver the goods.
Well, thankfully Bob has an option and so do you. It may feel awkward at first but you can do it and it isn't near as difficult as you might think.
What Is It?
It's a simple and easy guide and for people like Bob it's "a get out of jail free card" for learning how to host any event.
Most of us who have a problem with speaking in public are normally worried about things that never happen. You don't need to be a professional speaker.
You don't need to be an actor. In fact, if you have ever had the opportunity to see an actor or actress speak to a group extemporaneously, they are just as inexperienced as the next guy or gal.
It's true. Without a writer and their ability to memorize his words, they've got nothing over the rest of us! Don't believe it? When was the last time you watched an awards show?
Well, we may not help you win an Oscar or an Emmy, but it will help you overcome your fear.
3 Things You Will Discover When You Do
1. There is a right and a wrong way to breath.
2. How to properly "package" yourself.
3. And, creating an emergency kit.
Sounds pretty "easy" doesn't it? It really is. Once you get past all the stuff that feeds fear, "How to Be a Master of Ceremonies" shows you everything you need to know to become successful at speaking in public.
and the best part is . . .
• You don’t need any special education. It’s very easy to read.
• It doesn’t require much time to get the basics you need ?You can start preparing as soon as you’ve read the guide.
• Cost is minimal ?Once you’ve discovered what you need to get started you’ll find it’s a real bargain!
Take a peek inside and you will find out everything you need to know to become a successful master of ceremonies:
Painlessly overcome fear and stage fright.
Easily gain the confidence of your audience
Confidently carry out your duties as the emcee
============= Reader Instruction =====================
• Double click page to toggle the screen size.
• Click page to show/hide navigator.
• Click page thumbnail image to jump to the page.
• Click page number button to jump to a specific page.
• Click |<== or ==>| button to flip page.
• Press and slide corner to flip page.
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