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Concerned about an upcoming question and answer session? Anxious about being asked to provide your thoughts during a meeting? Fearful of being required to present your hour-long business proposal in 20 minutes? Many of us are uneasy about speaking in public, especially when we are asked to speak in an impromptu, “off the cuff” manner. However, much of our personal and professional lives requires this exact type of spontaneous speaking.

Here are some resources to help you speak spontaneously with greater confidence and clarity, regardless of content and context. In other words, to Think Fast. and Talk Smart.

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