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Public Speaking for Awkward Ambiverts

Awkward ambivert = really awful public speaker.

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I am so awkward. And also an ambivert.

An ambivert is a person who draws energy from small groups where they feel comfortable. (As opposed to an extravert for whom the more people the better, and an introvert for whom being alone is the happy place.)

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Shaunta Grimes

Shaunta Grimes

Learn. Write. Repeat. Visit me at ninjawriters.org. Reach me at shauntagrimes@gmail.com. (My posts may contain affiliate links!)

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