Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking

We’ve all heard the old adage to view an audience in their underwear if you’re slated to perform in front of a crowd, but did you know that public speaking is the #2 most common fear? It sits firmly in the #2 position, after flying, and before heights.
Topmanagementdegrees.com has created an infographic entitled “Speaking Up: Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking”, outlining the fear of public speaking, and some tips and tricks you can enlist to help you get through your next speaking engagement.
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