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Jun 24, 2019

“Do you want to control your life or do you want your fears to control your life?” – Allan Misch


Today's featured authors are communication experts and seminar leaders, Allan Kaufman, DTM & Allan Misch, DTM. Allan & Allan dive into ways to develop yourself into a better public speaker, what happens to those who don't confront their public speaking fear and tons more!! 


Key Takeaways:

“No one is born a public speaker. It’s a learned skill.” – Allan Kaufman

Public speaking helps you to stand out, get promoted and gain more customers.

Attending regular Toastmasters meetings is one way to practice and develop your presentation skills.

Hiring a coach will amplify and advance your skills at a rapid rate.

Don’t let fear, especially the fear of public speaking hold you back from advancing your career or business.

There are 2 parts to overcoming public speaking fear. Developing your skills and finding the root cause of your fear that may be holding you back.

A speaker should always know their audience.

A speaker must have the main takeaway for their audience to receive from their message.

Always be willing to confront your fears.

“Communication is probably the most important thing that you do in your life.” – Allan Misch

Always seek feedback. Doing something the same way without feedback doesn’t help your growth. 


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Email Allan Kaufman at if you want to invest in 5-hours of individualized and customized presentation coaching for the special price of $797. Just mention that you heard about this deal on the Going North podcast.


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The opening track for this episode is titled "The Light" by Asis Galvin. To cop the full track and the rest of his ear sugar, click the following link.