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Twelve Tips for Becoming a Confident Presenter

Public speaking can be terrifying. These tips will calm your nerves.

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Speaking in public is a terrifying experience for many people. The anxiety is understandable. Everyone is staring right at you, awaiting your words of wisdom. You feel exposed and vulnerable. Did you prepare enough? Did you practice enough? Will they like what you have to…




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Karl Wiegers

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