Taking the stress out of public speaking

08/12/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Many people are frightened of public speaking, but there are ways to cope with this phobia, writes Janine Popick, CEO and founder of VerticalResponse. Learn as much as you can about your audience and put in the necessary work ahead of time so you will be as prepared as possible, she recommends. "By feeling prepared you can lessen the factors that will make your nerves feel frazzled come show time," she writes.

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