SERIES AND VIDEOS ABOUT PUBLIC SPEAKING

SERIES AND VIDEOS ABOUT PUBLIC SPEAKING

List of films and series on public speaking and self-presentation

"The King's Speech"

Becoming King is the story of King George VI, who struggled with stuttering. The hero tried various methods for many years, which did not bring any effect, until he finally found an unusual specialist … see the rest for yourself ?

"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"

American series about the career of a brave and original standup girl. The main character, Mrs. Maisel, does a standup routine in almost every episode. She does it with great class and style. The action is filmed in a dynamic way and it displays the colorful 60’s in America. The series, apart from educational value in terms of public speaking, is also pleasant entertainment.

"The Iron Lady"

Margaret Thatcher struggled with the problem of a screeching voice. Due to this and others problems, she was not taken seriously by her fellow politicians. How much can working on it help? Find out by watching this movie. By the way, you will see some very interesting speeches.

"Florence Foster Jenkins"

A very warm film about love and music. Divine Florence can be a great example of undisturbed self-confidence, as well as passion for what you do. The film also gives food for thought as to what is and what is not art.

"Dead Poets Society"

An inspiring and charismatic high school teacher instills the love of poetry in high school students. As befits a good linguist, he was also able to formulate sentences in such a way that they reached the students deeply.

"The Wolf of Wallstreet"

Joldan Belfor played by Leonardo DiCaprio often gives capitvating motivational speeches and sales pitches. Below is a fragment of one of them.

"Scent of a Woman"

“Scent of a Woman” is a classic from 1992. Al Pacino, who won an Oscar for his role, gives an oratorical performance in a scene where he defends a young boy.

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Relaxation techniques

You are not alone.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately 74% of people suffer from speech anxiety to some extent. This fear of public speaking can significantly impact our personal and professional lives. It can cause avoidance behaviors like declining speaking engagements, not accepting promotions, or skipping presentations. The good news is that there are some tools available to help you learn to manage stress. Find out more in this article.

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How does your mind trick you?

From an evolutionary point of view, having opinions, beliefs, typical patterns of action or assessments has its justification. Mechanical behavior has both negative consequences and also positive ones.
They shorten the time for making decisions, which can be an energy-consuming activity. It would be hard for us to function if we had to wonder every morning whether we should stop at a red light, whether we could touch a hot pot, or whether walking along a dark street at night, it is worth making new friends with a person carrying a knife.

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How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome? Strategies to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

In a world where communication is key, the ability to present oneself confidently is invaluable. Whether you’re addressing a boardroom, speaking at a social event, or leading a team meeting, the impression you make can significantly impact your personal and professional life. But what if you don’t naturally exude confidence? The good news is, confidence, much like any other skill, can be learned and honed. This article aims to unravel the secrets of appearing confident, especially when it comes to public speaking.

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How to be perceived as a self-confident person? 8 tips on how to make an impression of a confident speaker

In a world where communication is key, the ability to present oneself confidently is invaluable. Whether you’re addressing a boardroom, speaking at a social event, or leading a team meeting, the impression you make can significantly impact your personal and professional life. But what if you don’t naturally exude confidence? The good news is, confidence, much like any other skill, can be learned and honed. This article aims to unravel the secrets of appearing confident, especially when it comes to public speaking.

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