Steve Rohr Talks Embracing The Fear of Public Speaking

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Did you know that public speaking is one of the biggest fears in America?

Steve Rohr, author and public speaking expert discusses his book, “Scared Speechless”, and ways to conquer fears. “Fear is one size fits all. It can’t tell the difference between walking down a dark alley or getting in front of people but it keeps us alive, so that’s a good thing,” says Steve. He believes that some nerves are great to have.

To hear more of Steve’s tips, watch the video above or purchase a copy of his book online at Amazon or at your local Barnes & Noble.

Steve is a Communication expert, public relations executive, professor, and author. He’s a highly sought after media expert across the U.S. and Canada. Among other notable career highs, Steve was the Show Publicist for the 2016 Oscars, broadcast live on ABC and 225 countries worldwide. He has taught PR and Communication on several Southern California campuses including Cal State University Long Beach and Loyola University. He holds a Master’s degree in Communication from Arizona State University.

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