Episode #104: Matt Abrahams
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    Episode #104: Matt Abrahams

    I had an enjoyable time chatting with Jonathan Schwabish on his PolicyViz podcast. I invite you to listen in as we talk about ways in which you can feel more confident delivering compelling, authentic presentations.

    Matt Abrahams is the author of the book Speaking Up without Freaking Out: 50 Techniques for Confident and Compelling Presenting which can help you address your presentation anxieties. Matt teaches Strategic Communication for Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and Presentation Skills for Stanford’s Continuing Studies Program, and De Anza College. He has published research articles on cognitive planning, persuasion, and interpersonal communication. Matt is also co-Founder of Bold Echo Communication Solutions, a leading communication coaching consulting practice. Through highly interactive workshops and one-on-one coaching, Matt helps presenters at all levels of an organization to become more confident and compelling speakers.

    In this week’s episode of the podcast, Matt and I talk about addressing your speaking anxieties, different technologies you can use to help you on your way, and a variety of other presentation-related topics.

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