Here’s a new thing.
I know lots of amazing people. And I’m going to start interviewing them.
These aren’t bloggers or Internet celebrities, they’re just people I know personally who have an amazing approach to life and some worthwhile insights.
First up is Pam Freeman. Pam is a long-time friend, and she came to me last year for some coaching and therapy in preparation for two public speaking engagements in Europe. (She’s a former nurse, now a manager in a large health organization, and she was talking to German doctors and medical students about some innovations her group is introducing.) She’d hated public speaking when she did it before, and wanted to enjoy the experience this time round.
In today’s episode, you’ll hear how the preparation we did helped her to interact better with her audience, deal with the unexpected and with less-than-ideal speaking conditions without losing her confidence or “disappearing into her own terror”, stay present at the time and be positive about herself afterwards.
She also talks about doing the Oxfam Trailwalker 100km walk and what that taught her about self-care, body awareness and teamwork.
Here’s the podcast (after the signup form – sorry about that, when you put too many WordPress plugins together they fight, like cats).
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