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183 - Why Is Public Speaking So Important for Your Career Development? Ft. Joey Price

 

Did you know that people who have a fear of public speaking make 10% less than those who do not?

Welcome to another episode of the Business, Life, and Coffee Podcast! This week, we’re exploring all about public speaking. We’re going to go over why are public speakers so valuable and dive right into how you can improve your public speaking skills, while also learning to overcome your fears of speaking in front of a crowd. Whether you’re making an office presentation, leading a discussion group or if you’re holding a TED Talk, this podcast will definitely help you prepare a memorable speech that will engage your audience in a meaningful way.

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