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s much about "speaking in public" as it is about "public speaking, " Talking with Confidence for the Painfully Shy can help even the most shy person speak up and speak out in any business or social situation.


From the Trade Paperback edition.
ebook, 224 pages
Published November 3rd 2010 by Harmony (first published January 28th 1997)
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Kressel Housman
Typical self-help book with common sense advice I probably won't use.
Kyle
Mostly common sense and easily learned tips and techniques, even for a painfully shy guy like me. However, there are also good insights and examples mixed in, of how to approach (mainly) business situations, including interviews, soft-selling, leadership, and networking.
Greg Webb
Meh... It's pretty situational. I didn't get anything out of it.
Stefany
more business information then social but helpful information
Anne
Good cheat sheet to have prepared before going out.
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