Who has not happened to freeze when he has to go public speaking? Or who has not forgotten his presentation because of the nerves of public speaking? This is called stage fright, it is characterized by reducing communication effectiveness when you have to speak in front of a crowd. The person cannot express himself because there is a fear that stops the action. There are cases where stage fright is so intense that it causes people to miss out on opportunities or even dare to take them.
There are a number of tools and exercises that can be used to control this fear, including anxiety medication. But is it really necessary to medicate when non-invasive tools can be used? Yussef Abou Nassif is a coach specialized in techniques to overcome stage fright, who will make you leave all those fears behind and be able to present yourself with confidence in front of an audience.
Born in California, from an early age he demonstrated leadership in his school, always trying to help his peers in activities and sports. “Since I was a child, I always tried to be the best at what I did, and I always tried to transmit that energy to my classmates at school”. He defines himself as a winner, he has taught various courses throughout his career as a personal coach. “Having a winning attitude defines the course of your life, from the smallest to the largest.
The mind has the power of attraction, as long as you visualize yourself as a winner, the successes will begin to materialize” His goal is to change the perspective and fear of the unknown in his followers. “There are no
limits, you can leave those fears behind, present yourself confidently in front of people while enjoying your presentation. My job is to make you find your own strength, so that you can successfully fulfill all your goals.”
Yuseff has worked with company presidencies, directors, politicians, lawyers, university students, who guarantee his excellence as a coach.
Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources “Joe Joe.” he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.