The Introverted Speaker

Letting Introverts Deliver Their Speeches With Presence And Power

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  • How making mistakes is not only ok, but can actually make your talks way better.
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  • How you don't need to make eye contact with your audience and can still make a connection. Heck, with that trick you could even keep your eyes closed for the whole event!
  • Why you can actually learn your speech word by word, and even read it in some circumstances.
  • How to put your powerpoint slideshow on a diet and make it more powerful in the process.

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