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17 Public Speaking Tips That’ll Help You Crush Your Next Presentation


Enable Group | Jul 08, 2019

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“Speak clearly, if you speak at all; carve every word before you let it fall.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes

GLOSSOPHOBIA or speech anxiety is the fear of public speaking. The aspect of speaking publicly whether it be in front of a group of unknown people, or a close group of friends, is what triggers the anxiety for the speaker.
Fear of public speaking can prevent you from taking risks to share your ideas, to speak about your work, and to present your solutions to problems that affect many people — and as a result, it can affect how much you grow personally and professionally, and how much impact you can have. Here are 17 tips to help you overcome your fear of public speaking$clinktitle&utm_term=Articles&sc_customer= and improve your skill.
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