How do I develop Speaking Confidence for callings in a real estate company
I have started working for a real estate company.I have started from its Basics like Callings.I am Learning how to do callings.I have no English language problems I can speak English Language Fluently.But I need to know how to develop speaking Confidence.Can you help me?
Toastmasters and speaking clubs like it exist in many communities to help others like you practice their public speaking skills and gain confidence. Another option I’ve used is to attend a college drama or improv course where you can stand up and practice in front of others. If you’ve got no built-in audience (I used to practice speaking in front of my kids) you can video record yourself using your webcam. Imagine yourself talking to a sales prospect, record your presentation and then repeat, keeping what works and trying new approaches. Online educational sites like Udemy and YouTube may also have free training/practice tools!
(a formerly very shy person who now talks to everyone, even strangers in the grocery store)
Toastmasters is a great way to build confidence and gain experience in a social setting which can also be great for networking! It can also help to practice on your own, out loud, by writing down what you want to say and watching yourself speak in the mirror or recording yourself to see how you fast/slow/well/etc you are speaking. Make sure to pause and breathe. Listen to other confident people and examples on youtube if you can. Practice with a friend or relative, do a call as if they were a stranger, and get honest feedback. The more you do it, the more comfortable you will become, and in turn the more confident you will seem when you speak!
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