Greg Smith is a public speaking coach and TEDx speaker.
Author of the book ‘Speak like a Pro Without Looking like a Jack@$$, a Practical Guide for Speaking Effectively in Any Situation’.
Greg Works as an instructor in the School of Communication at Youngstown State University (Ohio, USA) and specializes in interpersonal communication and public speaking.
In this episode, Greg and I dive into a deep conversation about public speaking. He’s going to share with you how to overcome stage fright and speak confidently in public.
You’ll learn how storytelling and authenticity are the key to becoming a great speaker, and also, why non-native speakers have an advantage BECAUSE of their accent.
Greg’s website: https://gospeaklikeapro.com/
Greg’s Podcast: https://bit.ly/2xRGIrD
Learn American Intonation and Public Speaking with Shonda Rhimes: https://youtu.be/XzLhwM4nwco
How To Get Over The Fear Of Being Judged When Speaking English: https://youtu.be/lEG4jn4Zfj4
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