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Reality: If you're quiet, shy or otherwise introverted, you can be just as great at public speaking as any of your outgoing, gregarious colleagues.
For some people their fear is so strong that they avoid public speaking altogether, while others will find a way to get through it but still experience high levels of anxiety.
BEIRUT: Public speaking in any form can be intimidating for the best of us, especially in staged and unfamiliar environments.
Unsurprisingly, Gerald never struggled with public speaking.
With the row growing, West Midlands "MEP Mr Etheridge stressed yesterday: "Hitler was an evil, monstrous tyrant but that doesn't mean he wasn't good at public speaking.
He made the shocking remarks at a seminar on public speaking at the Young Independence Conference in Birmingham.
Solid public speaking and presentation skills can help increase sales and help build your personal brand.
Public speaking is an effective way to get in front of multiple prospects at once and showcase your services.
Public speaking is listed as one of the topmost fears in the life of most individuals.
A CITY pupil has proved he can talk the talk after his Jeremy Paxman-like questioning saw him win a prestigious national public speaking contest.
The Youth Company, social enterprise for youth development, has officially announced its biannual public speaking session 'YOU-Training Programme' that targets some 100 youth aged between 14 and 25 years.
The contest, inter-college environmental public speaking contest, is a competition between college and universities in the GCC countries and is organised by Emirates Environmental Group to raise awareness among students on global and regional environmental issues.