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Overcoming Public Speaking Fear: The Secret is Practicing How You'll Feel, Not What You'll Say, Claims Expert

Fear of public speaking can affect almost anyone - but most folk ignore the fact that with stage fright the problem isn't the 'stage', its the 'fright'. CTRN's latest Confidently Speaking video blog post teaches a little known technique for overcoming performance anxiety.

New York, NY - November 01, 2010 -- CTRN: Change That's Right Now, announces the release of 'Emotional Rehearsal', the latest in their video series 'Confidently Speaking' - a series of short video trainings on how to overcome stage fright and fear of public speaking.

"You know you should rehearse any kind of talk, speech, or presentation," says Seymour Segnit, creator of the Confidently Speaking video series ( http://ConfidentlySpeaking.com ) and Founder & President of CTRN, publishers of the Vanquish Speaking Fear & Performance Anxiety program. "What most people don't understand is that you can actually pick the emotions you want to feel when you are speaking, not just the words you want to say. It is a simple yet very powerful technique."

CTRN has taught its clients the 'Success Scenario' system for many years - literally getting them to choose and rehearse in advance every aspect of how their speech or presentation will be, including the feelings they will experience.

Instead of the gut-wrenching fear of speaking or presentation anxiety normally felt, CTRN's clients remain clear-headed and confident in front of an audience.

"For years I could not prevent the anxiety from speeding into motion," says recent client Pat Smith. "Your course illuminates the missing link... the power of our subconscious mind to respond to stimuli."

This new episode of Confidently Speaking is on YouTube at http://YouTube.com/watch?v=BkpaTXcXFgA and the latest Confidently Speaking video is always online at http://ConfidentlySpeaking.com. Readers are encouraged to work with the techniques, and further help is available either with CTRN's acclaimed Vanquish Fear & Anxiety audio program or one-on-one with their premium 'VIP' program. Vanquish Fear & Anxiety is available both as a home-study CD program and for immediate download at: http://CTRN.com/Fear-of-Public-Speaking/

"We are delighted by how easily folks are able to overcome the fear of performing in front of others," says Segnit, "Public speaking fear is such a career-killing problem, we're very proud to help people around the globe to overcome stage fright forever."

About CTRN:
CTRN: Change That's Right Now was founded in 2002 to help anyone rapidly vanquish fear of public speaking, stage fright, fear of flying and driving and other fears, phobias and anxieties like emetophobia. With customers in over 70 countries around the globe, CTRN is recognized as one of the leading organizations in the world and serves clients from stay at home moms to Fortune 500 executives. CTRN has developed a deserved reputation of discreet help for serious fears and phobias.

CTRN can be reached at 800-828-7484 (+1-650-249-5120)
or online at http://ChangeThatsRightNow.com .

Schedule an Interview with Seymour Segnit:
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Seymour Segnit
CTRN: Change That's Right Now
1 Grandview Ave
Cornwall on Hudson
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800-828-7484
Seymour.Segnit@ChangeThatsRightNow.com
http://ChangeThatsRightNow.com/

CTRN: Change That's Right Now was founded in 2002 to help anyone rapidly vanquish fear of public speaking, stage fright, fear of flying and driving and other fears, phobias and anxieties like emetophobia. With customers in over 70 countries around the globe, CTRN is recognized as one of the leading organizations in the world and serves clients from stay at home moms to Fortune 500 executives. CTRN has developed a deserved reputation of discreet help for serious fears and phobias.

Seymour Segnit
CTRN: Change That's Right Now
1 Grandview Ave
Cornwall on Hudson
NY 12520, USA
800-828-7484
Seymour.Segnit@Cha

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