The fear of public speaking is THE most common phobia. The technical name for it is Glossophobia.

Some people feel a slight nervousness when it comes to public speaking, while others are terrified and face full-on panic. Symptoms might include shaking hands, dry mouth, a weak quivering voice, excessive perspiration, increased blood pressure, nausea, headache, muscle tension and other things. Why is this? Well, the reasons can be different for every individual and the reasons are often related to past experiences.

Oddly enough, there are many excellent, professional singers and performers who are very confident sharing their skills in front of large audiences, but they are horrified by the thought of speaking to that audience.

The reasons for Glossophobia are different for everyone. There is no "one size fits all" solution, which is why we offer and encourage private, individual consultation.

It’s important to confront and address Glossophobia. If left unchecked, it can negatively affect the ability for advancement in the workplace and in other situations. It can cause us to have negative feelings about ourselves and can lead to depression and feelings of isolation.

If you are suffering from Glossophobia and you feel that it’s important to conquer this fear in your life, schedule your consultations with Dr. Greta Pope.

Don’t let fear be the driving force in your life. Take control of your future today!


Glossophobia is believed to affect up to 77% of the population


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Feel confident speaking to an audience of any size?

Build your speaking engagement calendar and increase revenue?

Build your reputation as a knowledgeable industry leader through articulate speech?

HI, I'm Dr. Greta Pope


I’ve traveled the world making music and have built a very successful business as a Singer. But it hasn’t always been so easy.

I struggled a lot at the beginning of my career, because I suffered from severe stage fright. Though I loved singing, I was very uncomfortable on stage. After several years of singing, publicly, I learned to manage my performance anxiety. However, I found that I was still uncomfortable talking to the audience between songs. Communicating with the audience is an extremely important part of creating a good show.

The fear of speaking in public is called Glossophobia. Research has shown that 77% of the population suffers from it.

I knew that I needed to get over this phobia, so through trial and error, I developed some very effective tactics that have worked well for me. The key is understanding why we have this fear and anxiety. Often, it comes from past experiences.

I have shared my techniques with many business executives and others who find themselves experiencing insecurity when speaking publicly. If you find yourself struggling with Glossophobia, I’m here to help!

In these four sessions we will get to the crux of your anxieties by delving into the reasons for your insecurities and developing customized tactics to help you get past the anxieties.


Fear of Public Speaking Consultation

Conquer your fear of public speaking with tips unique to your own needs needs and desired outcome based on your career and audience.

Frequently Asked Questions

We look forward to sharing our knowledge and insights with you to build confidence and grow your career. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions.

It is recommended that the four live Zoom sessions with Dr. Greta Pope be taken one per week. However, you have up to eight weeks to complete the four sessions.

This course is right for you if you find yourself horrified at the thought of speaking to large groups for work or in other important situations.

We are confident that you will find the answers that you’re seeking to overcome your fear and anxieties with public speaking, but just in case, contact Dr. Greta Pope personally at [email protected]

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