Have you been taking the wrong approach to public speaking?
When you deliver a speech or presentation, you want to provide listeners with important information while being recognized as a competent speaker. So shouldn’t you be focused on giving a good performance? Unfortunately, we all live too much in an analytical world of notes, manuscripts, bullet points, charts, graphs, numbers, experimental results, and whatever other data our particular industry swears by. We’re settled and proficient in this world because we’ve been trained for it. And when it comes time to get it all across to others, we often make a fundamental mistake.
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