You have something important to tell.
Deep down, you know that too.
The problem is—you don't think of yourself as a speaker. Speaking found you; you didn't seek it! And yet, you speak. Turns out, you're an unspeaker. Unspeakers are often unsure of taking the stage because they believe some common myths about public speaking, like:
You need to have it all figured out
You need to have at least written a book
You need to have a certain look
You need to be super polished and precise
You need to be an extrovert who loves the spotlight
But guess what? Your job is simply to connect.
And perfection kills connection.
Becoming a speaker who truly moves audiences is a process of peeling back layers of vulnerability to reveal yourself—in down-to-earth ways people feel a natural resonance with. And this is a skill that can absolutely be learned.