Ever get a bit nervous before a pitch or before a presentation? Or is it a bit more than a bit nervous? Are you secretly wishing you didn’t have to pitch or present in front of an audience at all? We hear you.
Speaking in front of a crowd in an eloquent, confident, and impactful way isn’t always easy. Yet, there is not much out there about how to confidently make your pitch or presentation shine by using the cheapest and most powerful tool you have — your brain.
At our event, The Neuroscience of Confidence: Nailing your Pitch, learn how to tackle common confidence mistakes by using fundamental principles of neuroscience. The workshop will cover:
Basic principles of the brain (conscious and unconscious mind)
How to diffuse the stress you feel about public speaking and pitching
How to neurologically boost your confidence to nail your pitch
How to develop ‘softer’ personal presentation style and why it neurologically matters
By the end of this workshop, you’ll have trained your brain to kick those nerves to the curb, and boosted your confidence to deliver the impactful and impressionable TED-worthy presentations.