Just Talk To Me... from Private Voice to Public Speaker
Will take you through every step
of how to prepare yourself to talk
one to one or to millions
... If you have any insecurities about public speaking or communicating it will advance you.
It's splendid and I recommend ... Simon Bates - Broadcaster
Just Talk To Me... is aimed at anyone who needs to get up and talk - however experienced.
... this could be an essential ingredient in the knapsack of every public figure ...
The Times London
Just Talk To Me... will guide you, step by step, through a uniquely powerful and proven method of writing /preparing and delivering a major Speech or TV Interview, or even that crucial Meeting or Job Interview.
Just Talk To Me... will show you how to find the words you really want to say and then to say them.
Drawing on his experience as an actor/director, speech writer and speaker - having helped individually hundreds of people from all walks of life to get up and talk - Peter Settelen has developed a unique approach to understanding the needs of the listener as well as the speaker and what's really going on when we talk to each other.
With a little imagination and a series of simple exercises, you too will be able to reach out and move the people you speak to - whoever and however many there may be - every time you talk.
... I found it a wonderfully releasing journey and one I expect to return to frequently ... Andrew Ferguson 'Breakthrough'
Peter's work came to public attention through the help he gave to Diana, Princess of Wales. During the most difficult period in her all too short life, he helped her to move from 'Shy Di' to becoming a confident and passionate public speaker, able to express what she really wanted and needed to say. As her advisor, speech coach and speech writer, he worked with her on subjects ranging from AIDS to Eating Disorders through to Women's Mental Health
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Letting Go and Imaginations from Just Talk To Me...
Watch a BBC interview given by Peter Settelen
Listen to a BBC Radio interview given by Peter Settelen about "Just Talk To Me..."