I’ve heard it said before that the most common fear in the United States is public speaking -- and that the second most common fear is death. To paraphrase Jerry Seinfeld, this means, then, that more people would rather be lying in the casket than delivering the eulogy.
Whether or not this is true, it points to an inescapable reality: most of us hate public speaking. The sheer thought of speaking to an audience is terrifying, and puts our self-confidence to the test. What will others think of me? Am I sweating? Do I sound nervous? In Hermiona University’s special masterclass, Introduction to Public Speaking and Self-Presentation, you’ll learn to conquer your inner fears and speak confidently and convincingly in front of any audience.
But that’s not all: your instructor will be Marta Molfar, a master media-trainer. She’s a communications expert: not only is she one of Ukraine’s best known radio hosts, but she also has led hundreds of seminars on public speaking, vocal training, and debate -- sometimes in crowds of thousands of people! She has over twenty years of experience in the field, and even now leads a podcast on the “lifehacks of communication.” If that wasn’t convincing enough, remember that Disney Studios named her voice “the most gentle and feminine” for her role in dubbing Glinda, Oz’s lover in Oz: The Great and Powerful.
(Don’t believe me? Listen to Marta’s voice here.)
Take advantage of Marta’s vast experience, and use it to learn to, for example, learn to speak to audiences both online and offline, effectively manage your voice during speech, psychologically prepare for the stage, and much, much more. We’re looking forward to seeing you in the classroom with Marta! Register here.