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The Unbelievable Power Of Public Speaking For Women In Business

Written by: Dr. Elizabeth Clamon, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


Speaking is an essential skill for anyone who wants to succeed in their career or make an impact in their community. And for women, the benefits of public speaking are even greater.

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By developing strong public speaking skills, women can:

Increase their visibility and credibility in their field. Speaking can help women establish themselves as experts in their field and gain recognition for their work.

Advance their business by demonstrating their expertise and leadership abilities.

Inspire and motivate others with their words

Effectively communicate their ideas and advocate for themselves and others

Despite these benefits, many women still struggle with public speaking. According to a study by the International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, women are more likely than men to experience anxiety when speaking in public. However, there are many resources available to help women overcome this fear and develop strong public speaking skills.

Public speaking is one of the most effective ways to grow your business. You can build trust and credibility with the visibility you gain by engaging in more public speaking events. When you become a skilled orator, you will establish yourself as a go-to expert in your field.

You can take your business to the next level with a little speaker training. The best way to gain the confidence and skills to deliver powerful presentations is to work with a speaking coach to work on presentation skills for leaders.

Here are some tips on how to use public speaking to grow your business:

Focus on your expertise: You’ll want to focus on your expertise. What is your area of expertise what do you know better than anyone?

Be a thought leader: Public speaker establishes you and goes along with being a thought leader.

Start looking for speaking opportunities: The best place to begin is by attending local events you might like to speak at.

Understand your audience: Public speaking is a form of advertising, and all effective advertising starts with understanding your audience.

In conclusion, public speaking is an important skill for women to develop. By doing so, they can increase their visibility and credibility in their field, advance their business, inspire and motivate others with their words, and effectively communicate their ideas and advocate for themselves and others.

Consider hiring a speaking coach to help you manage anxiety and nervousness, develop a strong and confident speaking voice, craft engaging and persuasive presentation, and give you tips to connect with your audience on a deeper level, and much more.


Dr. Elizabeth Clamon, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Dr. Elizabeth Clamon is an avid motorcycle-riding grandma of six and serial entrepreneur with a servant’s heart. She’s an award-winning speaker, certified coach, and five-time international bestselling author. She thrives by touching lives around the world through motivation and storytelling with a healthy dose of humor. She teaches passionately about Healing Traumas through Storytelling, Business, Women in Leadership, and Marriage. She experienced a traumatic, abusive childhood, chronic illnesses, and severe pain caused by multiple auto accidents, including one that left her disabled and bedridden for twelve years, she derives great joy in seeing others succeed beyond their wildest dreams.



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