Episode #182: The Art of Communication with Peter George

Peter George is a professional speaker, public speaking coach, author, and host of the Public Speaking with Peter George podcast. His recently released book is titled The Captivating Public Speaker: How to Engage, Impact, and Inspire Your Audiences.  Peter wasn’t always a master communicator and had to overcome multiple obstacles before he finally found his voice.

As a boy, Peter struggled with two speech impediments; a lisp and a stutter, which caused him to be shy, introverted, and reluctant to communicate for fear of being bullied and ridiculed. He learned how to express himself through sports, and as an adult realized he had to become proficient in effective communication to be successful in business.

Peter shares his story along with valuable information that use can use to improve your communication skills, as well as the language of non-verbal communication, including body language, eye contact, posture, and facial expressions.

If you would like to learn a few tricks of the trade which can help you the next time you step up on a stage, give a presentation at work, have a difficult conversation with a friend or family member, or simply feel more confident comfortable in your spoken words, this episode is for you! Download it today and glean a glimpse into the fine art of communication.





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