Saturday November 28, 2020

‘I have just been asked to do a presentation – now what?’

Public speaking can be a challenge for many, but here’s how you can relax and take your finger off the panic button, writes William Corless

27th November, 2016
Surveys often say the number one fear among the population is public speaking

One of the most common struggles people have in life is speaking in public. You may have always managed to avoid these scenarios like the plague.

You may also be in a place where enough is enough and you just want to be equipped to be comfortable and confident to present without all the drama attached.

From a personal perspective, it can be sometimes easy to wiggle out of these stressful scenarios. Sooner or later...

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