Public speaking is a process and a skill that requires regular practice. It requires speaking to a live audience and is usually delivered with three objectives in mind—to inform, to persuade, and to entertain. Speaking in public can be extremely nerve wrecking. And, overcoming stage fright and speaking in public can be difficult to many. So, why should you even consider doing something that is so stressful? Well, do remember that there is no reward without risk. And, if you do manage to hold your nerves and tame the initial butterflies, you will be able to speak well in public, and that will, in turn, improve your life. In this contemporary world, public speaking is one of the most important factors in career development and it is a skill worth developing. So, how can improving your public speaking skills improve your life? Let us elucidate.