Would You Rather Be in the Coffin Than Give the Eulogy? How to take the terror out of public speaking and advance your career and social network.

By Jan Hurst-Nicholson

General non-fiction, Personal growth, Education & teaching | eBook


The ability to speak in public is probably the most rewarding skill you will ever learn. It will not only improve your career prospects, but it will also boost your self-confidence at social functions (you may never become the life and soul of the party, but at least you won’t have to remain a wallflower!) Uniquely geared towards the average person who does not aspire to become a professional speaker, (although there’s good stuff for them as well) but merely wants practical advice on speaking in public, (don’t drink anything fizzy before a speech) it is packed with meaty information that provides the tools for a better, confident you. Use them and you will soon have those butterflies flying in formation – and it might even change your life.



Jan has written for numerous magazines, much of it compiled into ‘Something to Read on the Plane’. Her humorous novel , ‘But Can You Drink The Water?’ has been joined by award-winning ‘Leon Chameleon: PI’ children's books, ‘The Race (an inspiring story for left-handers)’, ‘Bheki and the Magic Light’ YA ‘Mystery At Ocean Drive’, and the family saga ‘The Breadwinners’, as well as ‘With the Headmaster’s Approval’. Her latest release is a non-fiction ‘Would You Rather Be in the Coffin Than Give the Eulogy? How to take the terror out of public speaking and advance your career and social network’.


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Jan has written for numerous magazines, much of it compiled into ‘Something to Read on the Plane’. Her humorous novel , ‘But Can You Drink The Water?’ has been joined by award-winning ‘Leon Chameleon: PI’ children's books, ‘The Race (an inspiring story for left-handers)’, ‘Bheki and the Magic Light’ YA ‘Mystery At Ocean Drive’, and the family saga ‘The Breadwinners’, as well as ‘With the Headm...


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Jan Hurst-Nicholson

Jan Hurst-Nicholson

14 July at 16:02

Whether you’re just starting out in your career, a retired sports star suddenly catapulted onto the speaking circuit, a specialist rose grower asked to give a talk at your gardening club, or a writer about to launch your book, you will need some basic skills in public speaking – and some practical advice. Here it is.

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