Public Speaking is the Number One Fear

May 21, 2023

Research has shown that public speaking is the number one fear. If you have seen poor performances, you can understand why! Matt Eventoff can help you overcome this fear. Numerous CEO’s and corporate chairmen; local, state and federal candidates; and leaders throughout the country have trusted Matt Eventoff as their strategic advisor. Matt specializes in preparing and advising corporate and political leaders prior to debates, speeches, negotiations, board meetings, presentations and every other speaking engagement or opportunity imaginable.

Matt Eventoff is a veteran strategist who has had countless success in political and corporate campaigns. He has been intimately involved in all aspects of message development and delivery for more than 15 years. Matt is highly regarded throughout the political, legal and corporate communities for his outside-the-box strategic thinking and communication skills. He has served as press secretary, spokesman, chief of staff, advisor, and personal confidant for numerous political and corporate leaders. Matt Eventoff has a reputation of patience. His focused approach is the key to training a wide range of clients. Corporate executives, elected officials and candidates, attorneys and entrepreneurs have all trusted him with their speech coaching needs.

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3 Responses to “Public Speaking is the Number One Fear”

  1. Patrick ALlmond on May 23rd, 2007 11:11 pm

    Was this advertising or advice?

  2. Michael Williams on January 9th, 2008 5:24 pm

    Looks like advertising to me.

    As far as I’m concerned, one of the best ways to overcome the fear of public speaking is to practice, then practice, and then practice again. That not only gets the subject of your speech firmly embeded into your head but it goes a long way to developing your confidence too.


  3. Simon Raybould on May 28th, 2008 1:27 pm

    Oh yuk. Anything written in the third person is a mistake! :)

    More seriously, I don’t **totally** agree with Michael (Williams) - as there are plenty of other things to help overcome the fear of public speaking and make presentations but certainly practice is right up amongst the top ones.

    Self aggrandisement, however, isn’t.


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