Hello Sir i am ashraf from vellore, currently in saudi i coming india in nov 2011, nw i working as a electronics design engineer i got a job offer as BDM
but basically i am little shy, need to gain confidence and change my personality n presentation skill ,
so pls suggest me a course
i need to finish as soon as my mail id ashrafb2w at gmail com
Thank u

From Saudi Arabia
Ashraf, Catch hold of Mr.Raja, who is a very good trainer with a commitment. You will start wondering at yourself after his "treatment". R.Ganesh
From India, Tiruppur
Dear friend - Join Toastmasters and you will forever reap benefits - FOR LIFE. check for a club at toastmasters dot org
From India, Hyderabad
Hi Mr Ajit Thanks for the site Really i got interested to join n hv little fear to join also is dis suit for me,,, imay i know ur mail id to clarify my doubts thank u
From Saudi Arabia
This is an international forum having its branches in almost all the Cities of our Country. The main aim is to groom its members to master public speaking. As rightly opined by Ajit, you can join toastmasters and the fee will be little costlier. It is better to decide as per your will and wish after taking the suggestions of us all.
All the best,

From India, Tiruppur
Dear sir,
Hello Sir i am Swapnil from Kolhapur, currently in Pune i working as a HR & Admin Officer.
but basically i am little shy, need to gain confidence and change my personality n presentation skill ,
so pls suggest me a course
i need to finish as soon as my mail id
Thank u

From India, Delhi

Hi Ashraf

You have touched upon a matter that a large number of people can identify with. I also understand your anxiety to try and overcome your problem by attending and finishing a course in the limited time that you are in India. At this point in time I do not have contact details of those offering the courses covering the modules required by you and available in Vellore, However, I am taking the liberty of sharing a few tips that would also help you and others seeking help on overcoming their shyness, improving their confidence and becoming effective communicators.

For many people who would have had their education in the vernacular medium, getting a good grasp of the English language becomes the most obvious obstacle that saps their confidence, inhibits them from realising their potential and forces them to remain in their self imposed cocoons. Obviously the first step then is to make efforts to surmount this obstacle. Among the many options, the most effective would be attending spoken English classes but that works only when you also supplement the learning with extensive reading, writing and speaking in English.

Secondly, your own personality becomes a problem if you allow comparisons with those whom you judge to be far more superior to you. Instead learn from those whom you see as role models and make simple changes in your dressing, mannerisms, posture, attitude and behaviour. Be open to the comments, observations and feedback that you get from others and adapt as required.

The third major problem that most people face is their inability to confront their fears. The fear mainly pertains to failing and making a fool of one’s self. There would be no one who can claim to have learnt cycling without ever falling of a cycle or learnt swimming without ever experiencing the fear of drowning. Even the best of public speakers experience anxiety, have butterflies in their stomach and need to prepare well for each performance. You will have to gather all your inner strength and put your learning into practice and overlook the occasional blunders and teething problems and focus instead on the steady improvement that you make each time you attempt.

To get you going, the first thing you can do now is to make a list of words in the above reply that you haven’t understood. Using a dictionary find the meanings and make at least one sentence on your own using that word. Find the synonyms and antonyms for those words also. Extend this practice when you read one National English Newspaper, a national magazine and also attempt to read publications like the Readers Digest and motivational books by authors like Dale Carnegie. Zig Zigler and Steven Covey.

You are also welcome to visit the following Inspirational and Motivational Blogs

www.actspot.wordpress.com – Over 82,500 views and 565 followers

www.poweract.blogspot.com – Over 24,000 views and 160 followers

Best Wishes

From India, Mumbai

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