Inform yourself of the latest health equipment and innovations because your doctor may not be accessible or even as informed as you are.
My own lymphedema was not diagnosed until I took the initiative of planning a trip to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
Informed patients are healthier and more active in their own treatment and proactive health. Requesting the latest tests is your right as a patient and will likely reap more benefits if you are informed and concise in your speaking style. You are your own best advocate.
Release the fear valves and obstructions of years of relative silence to open up new avenues for you as a speaker.
Look at life differently with fresh eyes. Speaking will result in offers of assistance from those you admire. Opportunities to be part of dynamic teams at work and volunteer groups in your communities will appear as word of your speaking prowess spreads. Leadership chances will be offered to you. Career opportunities will ease the stress of feeling locked into a one-way career.
Attention for speaking will always happen because so many people are terrified to speak.
The more you speak the better you become. Tangible gifts such as presents, money, awards, will eventually begin to flow your way. Recognition of your talents will naturally begin to occur because people will know of your presence in ways formerly hidden.
How will speaking help raise your self esteem?
Courage will grow as you speak. It is inevitable that when you face your greatest fears, you will begin to be bolder and more successful. As admiration develops around your speaking and you delight in the applause of your peers and even strangers, you will speak more confidently and competently. Your self esteem will gradually develop and expand like the tulip buds in spring ~ slowly at first then with grace and beauty. It is as logical and real as nature unfolding. Continue reading
Bill Paul is known to Londoners as the large jolly town crier who enriches all city celebrations by using his robust size and voice to attract attention. You can see him at parades decked out in his colourful medieval costume with a huge medallion hanging from his neck ringing a large bell and shouting out news.