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You may be wondering if you need "speech coaching". You may think that you have all the skills you need to be successful in an interview. I hope for your sake that you are right. However, if you are wondering about if there are areas where you could improve, I would love for you to continue. The term "speech coaching" is a little broad and can be a bit confusing. Let me see if I can clear up what you would benefit from purchasing our course or a coaching session. Most people don't realize two facts. One is that first impressions are made in 17 seconds and it takes 27 interactions to overcome a bad first impression. Can you remember a person who made a bad first impression in your life? They probably left a bad taste in your mouth and it was hard to think of them differently than that first way. The second fact is that about 93% of communication is nonverbal or body language. This makes up a great deal of our first impression.
If you watch people running for office, you see a lot of conscious choices as far as body language. They want to present as honest, likable and open people, whether they are or not. This is achieved by open body language. Our family watches the television show Modern Family. One of the episodes of that sitcom shows precisely what I am referring to. Claire is running for office and her family critiques her before she debates her opponent. A lot of the changes they suggest she make are differences in body language. She is coached to not point, not touch her hair, not clinch her fists. It ends up a fiasco for her and, of course, that is for comedy. This does not have to be the case for you!
In a speech coaching session, we like to focus on what you do well. Each of us has strengths in life and in communication. We build on those strengths. While building on your strengths, we will eliminate the practices that don't work for your benefit. We have heard that practice makes perfect. We don't really have perfect speech but we can effectively communicate what we desire. In an interview situation , a speech coach can help in practicing how to prepare for the interview, how to use body language for your advantage and create the impression of confidence and success.
Let us help you have success. We have three free videos that we would like to send you, directly to your email. Let's start today.
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