“To the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”, 12.12.2013

Glossophobia (n): The fear of public speaking. The word glossophobia comes from the Greek γλῶσσα glōssa, meaning tongue, and φόβος phobos, fear or dread.

Jerry tells it like it is.

OK, so Seinfeld may have been exaggerating a bit when it comes to preferring the casket to the podium. However, about 75 percent of people suffer from glossophobia, and many more of us have dealt with its symptoms without knowing the proper term for “stage fright.” Luckily for us, both our president and vice president are seasoned presentation coaches. If the prospect of giving a presentation or speech makes you weak in the knees, check out these helpful tips from our pros to ease your nerves. read more »