Use This Surprisingly Simple Technique to Reduce the Stress of Public Speaking

An old saying has it that a ‘problem shared is a problem halved’. It’s a nice thought — unload your burdens on someone else, and your load will be lighter. But is it true, in any scientific sense? And what about the other person? Do they go away more stressed than before — is your gain their loss? I recently ran across a study from a few years back that…

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communications coach, author and speaker; fascinated by all things creative

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