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33 Tips to Cure Presentation Anxiety, in 140 characters or less

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Cure your presentation anxiety, and boost your confidence with these 33 tips, in 140 characters or less. As Mark Twain said, “There are two types of speakers. Those who get nervous and those who are liars.” These tips will help you use your nervous energy to deliver a compelling, professional presentation that will resonate with your audience.

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  • Muito bem elaborado, com pontos chave principais para memorizar e auto explicativos. Dicas necessárias a qualquer um que tenha interesse em apresentações profissionais ou não.
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33 Tips to Cure Presentation Anxiety, in 140 characters or less

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