Russell Ord

28 Jun 2020 | Categories: | Posted by: MP

Russell Ord

Its an easier approach as a professional surf photographer that has been trying to push his own limits in waves of consequence than the thought of public speaking, far less nerves, never anxious, the heart rate will increase slightly thinking about the wild life that has visited the area in the past, give me a swim in the middle of the ocean any day of the week than put me on the stage in front of an audience.

The last couple of years, opportunities have arisen to face the unthinkable, talking, workshops, sharing thoughts on stage and to be very honest it’s a scary proposition even thinking about it, I have bumbled my way through it, never happy with my performance and how I have felt leading up to the presentation.

To become better at what you do, certainly takes practise, public speaking is no exception, as a result I decided to get professional guidance from Myles Pollard and take a one-day course in the art of public speaking, I should have done this two years ago, I am so grateful for the incredible information, the knowledge, the experience and the tools Myles shared, while still a little nervous in front of a crowd I am far more relaxed and now look forward to the challenge of my performance, cheers Myles, beers on me.

 

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Myles Pollard
2020-06-28T14:00:48+08:00

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Its an easier approach as a professional surf photographer that has been trying to push his own limits in waves of consequence than the thought of public speaking, far less nerves, never anxious, the heart rate will increase slightly thinking about the wild life that has visited the area in the past, give me a swim in the middle of the ocean any day of the week than put me on the stage in front of an audience. The last couple of years, opportunities have arisen to face the unthinkable, talking, workshops, sharing thoughts on stage and to be very honest it’s a scary proposition even thinking about it, I have bumbled my way through it, never happy with my performance and how I have felt leading up to the presentation. To become better at what you do, certainly takes practise, public speaking is no exception, as a result I decided to get professional guidance from Myles Pollard and take a one-day course in the art of public speaking, I should have done this two years ago, I am so grateful for the incredible information, the knowledge, the experience and the tools Myles shared, while still a little nervous in front of a crowd I am far more relaxed and now look forward to the challenge of my performance, cheers Myles, beers on me.