Changing This One Word Can Make You a Better Public Speaker

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Words have a lot of power.

One word that creates a great deal of stress for countless people — people who are professionals, people who are good at what they do, people who are tremendously knowledgeable and capable — is the word presentation.

Someone can talk about what they know even day, but when they are asked to give a…

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I speak, coach, and write about confidence, self-talk, and stress management. I also live for cozy mysteries and bad (read: good) puns.

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Robin Sacks

Robin Sacks

I speak, coach, and write about confidence, self-talk, and stress management. I also live for cozy mysteries and bad (read: good) puns.

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