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Speak with confidence and boldness.

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10 Biggest Public Speaking MistakesTop executives often fall flat on their faces as speakers.
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How come intelligent, business-savvy people end up boring their audiences? They fail to recognize that public speaking is an acquired skill that improves with practice and honest feedback. Speaking for 20 minutes before the right group of people can do more for your career than spending a year behind a desk!

Rob Sherman, an attorney and public speaker in Columbus, Ohio, says in an article in theToastmastermagazine to avoid these mistakes: