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I am here to help.
You will feel less stress and more excitement before your next presentation.
I've been presenting professionally for 2 decades now. And before that one decade as a novice.
My name is Oskar Zgraj and I am a pediatric surgeon. In my line of work it is expected from doctors in training to give presentations frequently to their departments, hospitals and important professors during medical conferences.
Only too often have I seen people struggling on the stage. Struggling with stress. Struggling with the slides. Struggling with the audience falling asleep or not paying attention. So I decided to help...
always quite a bold person but even so
I would get an occasional stage fright for (apparently) no reason. Soon enough I found that I have a battery of ways to overcome my fear. And thus I started to use them consciously and write them down one by one.
Once written down I started to share these thoughts with my immediate departmental colleagues. To my surprise the troubles they were having with putting their presentations together and overcoming fear of public speaking had one common reason - nobody told them what to do.
Then I said to myself...
I am here to help.
And so I started to help people one by one and sometimes in smaller and larger groups. Soon I realised that in order to help many more people I need to change strategy. And then an idea of an online course came up.
Before starting to prepare this course I send a survey to my friends and colleagues asking what gives them the most trouble in presentations. Two main problems emerged:
1. Fear of public speaking
2. Technical difficulties in preparation of slides.
I wrote a plan and started recording. And that's how this course came to life.