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Your points are great for not just public speaking but in general as well. Thanks for the additional references. I for a long time was someone who was good at what I did but found it hard to actually describe what and how I did it.

Franchise

Very interesting article, very informative too. I definitely believe empathizing with the crowd is also a good way to speak your thought across with folks.

Mel L., MBA

Toast Masters helped me with my public speaking. One of my college professors made it a part of his class requirements. Many of us complained about the extra task but as I entered the professional work force the acquired training proved to be quite valuable.

Dave Kaye

Sat through a forty-five minute presentation just last night with some very knowledgable speakers that just couldn't explain their subject very well. I almost wanted to stop them at points and offer the analogy or example that they could have given, but didn't. They just never found the narrative for their information. The questions that came afterwards clearly showed I wasn't the only one who was confused. It's a shame, because like I said, they were very knowledgeable. I wish more people would take your advice!

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