“Personal effectiveness is the core of our business.”
- Sheila Viesca, TalkShop

Saturday, December 03, 2011


What is confidence? How does your level of confidence measure up? Do you have a personality that is self-assured or do you struggle with low self-confidence that hampers your progress?

Personality types are as varied as the personality tests out there. Myers-Briggs is one good tool to gauge your personality type. Whoever the person, whatever the personality, it is important to build one’s confidence. A person has to believe in his abilities to put in a good performance. This is confidence. Now, knowing about it is one, how to be confident is the question. It does not happen overnight. It takes mindful awareness to find it and persistent, targeted strategies to work at it. It takes engaging tasks and challenging situations to harness it in one's person.

One daunting task is public speaking. The stage fright can be overwhelming for many. Yet, overcoming this is easy with TalkShop’s personalized workshops. Whether it is for one-on-one coaching or corporate workshops, TalkShop customizes a program to eliminate a person's heebie-jeebies in public speaking.

Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO, guides you through interactive, communicative sessions. Conquer your fears as you learn to emcee and host, speak up and be heard. In store are personalized modules with experiential exercises that build your confidence and give you the edge.

Viesca has been working closely with the local government of Makati City as the speech trainer and personality development guru. She is now on her third year as quiz master and emcee of the Makati Brain Olympics that pits talented high school students from the different schools in the municipality. She is also a communication guru of the Asian Institute of Management.

TalkShop trains you and your team to be confident with an array of communication programs to enhance your skills, knowledge, and personality. For customized workshops that increase your productivity and opportunities, call (632) 894-5588 or visit http://www.talkshop.ph.

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